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    WWE: Legacy History

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    SummerSlam Results

    WWE Tag Team Championships -/- TLC Match
    Rey Mysterio & Evan Bourne def. The Miz & John Morrison

    Street Fight
    Shawn Michaels def. Brian Kendrick

    Samoa Joe def. CM Punk

    Hell in a Cell
    The Undertaker def. Jeff Hardy

    Million Dollar Championship
    Cody Rhodes def. MVP

    WWE Undisputed Championship
    Ted DiBiase def. Randy Orton

    The Civil War Comes to an End
    The Union (John Cena, Triple H, Batista, Matt Hardy & Christian def. Team JBL (JBL, Chris Jericho, Edge, Jack Swagger & Dolph Ziggler.)
    As a result JBL must sell the WWE to which ever buyer the board of governors recommends. He loses all control and influence in the WWE.

    The Week That Changed Everything

    The WWE will never be the same again and this week is the start of the change coming into the WWE Universe. We have an actioin-packed week in store full of must-see tv.

    Monday Noon: WWE Draft } All WWE Superstars will be drafted between Raw and Smackdown live on WWE.com

    Monday Night: WWE All-Star Raw } In a special three-hour broadcast we usher in a new era and find out just how far the changes will be going in the WWE

    Tuesday Night: ECW's Final Stand } As we enter a new era we say goodbye to another. SyFy is broadcasting live the last ever episode of ECW with an action-packed broadcast to close the show.

    Friday Night: WWE Smackdown } Smackdown's new season starts with a bang as the new era in WWE is now in full effect by this stage.
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    Ted DiBiase World Heavyweight Champion
    Shawn Michaels
    The Undertaker
    Mr Kennedy
    The Brian Kendrick
    Jeff Hardy
    Cody Rhodes Million $ Champion
    MVP
    Jack Swagger Intercontinental Champion
    Kofi Kingston
    Carlito
    Matt Hardy
    Dolph Ziggler
    Randy Orton
    Batista
    Bill DeMott
    Michelle McCool
    Layla
    Triple H
    Zack Ryder
    Brie Bella
    Nikki Bella
    Ezekiel Jackson
    Santino Marella
    Beth Phoenix
    Alicia Fox
    Eve Torres
    Eugene
    Paul Burchill

    Michael Cole
    Jerry 'The King' Lawler
    Josh Matthews




    John Cena
    Kevin Steen
    CM Punk
    Samoa Joe
    William Regal
    Christian ECW Champion
    Rey Mysterio Unified Tag Team Champion
    Evan Bourne Unified Tag Team Champion
    Chris Jericho
    Edge
    The Big Show
    Matt Hardy
    Kane
    Mickie James
    Natalya
    Alex Shelley
    Chris Sabin
    Tyson Kidd
    DH Smith
    Kelly Kelly
    Tiffany
    Hurricane
    Primo
    Gail Kim
    The Miz
    John Morrison
    Chavo Guerrero
    Dustin Rhodes
    Jillian Hall
    Maryse
    Melina
    Bryan Danielson
    JTG
    Shad
    Mark Henry
    Jimmy Wang Yang
    Finlay

    Matt Striker
    Todd Grisham
    Byron Saxton


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    Dave Batista has officially announced his retirement from the WWE with Summer Slam being his final appearance for the foreseeable future. Batista teamed with John Cena, Triple H, Christian & Matt Hardy to defeat Team JBL and rid the WWE from JBL's tyrannous reign. Batista is a multiple time World Champion having had memorable feuds and matches with Triple H, Eddie Guerrero, Edge and The Undertaker. His moving on is a big loss for the WWE and it remains to be seen where he will be focusing his efforts. Sources differ as to what his passion is and if he'll try MMA, acting or even go to TNA.

    Raven, Mick Foley and Tommy Dreamer are also expected to announce their retirements in the near future. All three men are scheduled to compete at ECW's Last Stand but none of them were part of the WWE Draft earlier this afternoon. Expect roster cuts and FCW call-ups all to take place within the next six months as WWE ushers in a new era.

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    Despite everything and being a royal prick, you know I'll be reading and supporting you on this. I just wish I had the time and drive to contribute, but I'd much rather see you push forward and kick ass without me than waiting forever for me to actually do something.

    Good luck, and kick ass. I know you will.


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    A video plays highlighting the entire Civil War story. It shows JBL rising to power, abusing that power and turning the WWE upside down. It shows Team JBL annihilating Team ECW in WARGAMES. It shows JBL bullying whoever got in his way to ensure that he always got what he wanted. It zooms in on an image of JBL smirking. Then the picture fades to black before The Union burst onto the screen. IT shows D-X, Batista, Matt Hardy, Christian and their leader John Cena rallying together to slowly but surely take out JBL. Images flash across the screen from last night’s final battle as Team JBL is defeated and JBL is eliminated from the WWE once and for all.

    Then we cut to the arena, the pyro goes off, the fans go wild and Michael Cole, Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler and Matt Striker welcome us to a special All-Star edition of Monday Night Raw.


    The Champ Is Here

    Ted DiBiase’s music hits and the new WWE Undisputed Champion comes out to the ring in a sharp business suit, but more importantly with the Title belt around his waist. After the implosion of Legacy DiBiase made his aim clear – to win the big one and last night at Summer Slam he finally did it. DiBiase gets on the mike and starts to tell the WWE Universe that despite every one saying he’d never do it they believed in him and now he is standing as your new WWE Champion. He continues talking but Matt Striker suddenly grabs a mike and stands up at the announce table. He apologises for interrupting but he’s been given the order to do so over his headset. He says he’d like everyone to please welcome the new general manager of Monday Night Raw...


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    The fans go wild as Stephanie McMahon struts down to the ring looking better than ever. The crowd seem genuinely surprised to see her but not nearly as surprised as Ted DiBiase who has a very worried expression on his face. Steph shakes his hand as soon as she gets in the ring but she too seems a little worried. She begins by saying what an honour and a privilege it is to be the new GM of Monday Night Raw. She promises to do everything in her power to keep Raw where it belongs – as the number one brand in Sports Entertainment. She says that this is indeed a new era in the WWE and that new era starts tonight. Unfortunately a new era brings some changes and that’s why she’s out here now to speak to Ted DiBiase. She congratulates him on his huge victory over Randy Orton at Summer Slam but reveals that the WWE Board of Directors have decided to once again separate the WWE Championship and the World Heavyweight Championship. As of right now Ted is the holder of both belts. DiBiase seems very confused as a member of the ring crew brings the Big Gold Belt and the ‘Spinner’ WWE Championship into the ring. Stephanie hands the two belts to DiBiase and the ring crew take the Undisputed Title away.

    Stephanie goes on to say that the Board of Directors want the World Heavyweight Championship to be on Raw while the WWE Title will be defended on Smackdown. She then tells Ted not to worry, he won’t be stripped of either title but he will be forced to defend both belts...tonight. She says that this is nothing personal, but it’s purely a business call made by the board and there is nothing she can do about it. Tonight is all about seeing where Raw and Smackdown are going and part of that means seeing who will be the champions. Of course there’s a fair chance that Ted will successfully defend both belts and if that’s the case he will compete on both brands. By now DiBiase has heard enough and tells Steph to cut the crap and tell him who he’s defending against. His celebration seems a lifetime ago now. She announces that the top four ranked superstars from each brand will face off in a mini tournament and the two winners will face DiBiase tonight for their respective brands championships. This is called All-Star Raw for a reason. A graphic with the brackets appears on the screen.

    A) CM Punk vs. John Cena B) Chris Jericho vs. Edge
    Winner A) vs. Winner B)
    Ted DiBiase vs. Winner for the WWE Title


    C) Cody Rhodes vs. Triple H D) Randy Orton vs. The Undertaker
    Winner C) vs. Winner D)
    Ted DiBiase vs. Winner for the World Heavyweight Championship


    By now Ted is utterly dejected. Steph apologises again before suggesting he head to the back to get ready. Tonight is the biggest night of his career whether he likes it or not. The first match of the tournament...is next.

    John Cena vs. CM Punk

    Cena, having had a rough few months handling Dolph Ziggler, seems to be back to his best, captaining The Union to incredible success at Summer Slam. He comes out to a thunderous ovation from the WWE Universe as he debuts a new purple t-shirt. CM Punk meanwhile is the polar opposite. He rose to the very top of ECW as the most hated man in sports, but at Summer Slam he was shut up by his former ally – The Samoan Submission Machine – Samoa Joe. The two start tentatively but it doesn’t take long for the action to heat up. It’s a back and forth slobber knocker with both men on top of their game. The fans are 100% behind Cena and his momentum just keeps growing as he eventually defeats Punk with an Attitude Adjustment.

    Cody Rhodes Backstage

    Cody Rhodes is backstage looking at himself in the mirror, admiring both his physique and his Million Dollar Championship. “Just the man I was looking for!” Stephanie McMahon walks over and a smile spreads across Cody’s face as he tells Stephanie what a pleasure it is to see her. Stephanie says that she’s here representing the Board of Governors. She says that he was tied with Shawn Michaels in the rankings as to who’d get a shot tonight but she said that he should go forward as Million Dollar Champion. The board agreed on one condition – you hand over your belt. Cody’s face immediately drops. She says that since Jack Swagger has brought the Intercontinental Championship to Raw it’s time to trim the fat. She can’t force him to relinquish but if he refuses he’s out of the tournament and HBK’s in. Cody begrudgingly hands Steph the belt. “You know I was looking forward to meeting you and becoming...friends, but Steph this is most disappointing. The only reason I’m agreeing to this is because I know that by the end of the night I will hold a title again – The World Heavyweight Title. Now if you don’t mind I’ve a match to prepare for.”

    Edge vs. Chris Jericho

    These two competitors are both in foul moods and a win would help them get their careers on the right paths again. Both men were integral to Team JBL during the Civil War and both men were part of his losing team at Summer Slam. Neither man is particularly esteemed by the fans in attendance but Jericho does seem to be getting a few more cheers. They start off arguing in the middle of the ring about who was to blame for Team JBL’s loss and it soon turns to a fist fight. This one sure wasn’t pretty but it got the job done. Neither man relented and the end only came when Jericho hit a code-breaker out of nowhere for the victory.

    All-Star Spotlight: Samoa Joe



    Samoa Joe debuted in the WWE alongside his mentor and ECW legend – Tazz. The two men made an instant impression, joining forces with CM Punk and helping him capture the ECW World Title. With Joe and Tazz by his side Punk was unstoppable; the only man who looked capable of doing anything about was the man who was as loyal to Punk as anyone could be – Joe himself. Then came the day that changed everything. Announced on WWE.com Samoa Joe failed a random drug test and as a result of the WWE Wellness policy was suspended for thirty days. The Straight-Edge Saviour CM Punk was naturally livid and with Joe at home, he took his anger out on Tazz and eliminated him from the WWE forever. Punk started to melt-down without Joe and lost his ECW Championship to Christian in a brutal Last Man Standing Match at The Bash, but that was only the start if Punk’s worries.

    The next week on ECW Samoa Joe’s suspension was up and he returned to meet his former ally turned enemy face to face. Punk blamed Joe for all of his failures and spent the entire 30 days of Joe’s suspension doing everything he could to run the Samoan Submission Machine down. Joe snapped and tried to take Punk out. The date was set and last night at Summer Slam the two men finally met. Samoa Joe proved that he was more than just Punk’s enforcer but that he was a force to be reckoned with in the WWE on his own as he defeated CM Punk, making him tap out to the Coquina Clutch. Samoa Joe is fast, agile, strong and determined and now that he’s a lone wolf time will only tell just how unstoppable he truly will be.

    Cody Rhodes vs. Triple H
    Cody Rhodes has been on an impressive winning streak lately and looks to continue it tonight. Although he has sacrificed his Million Dollar Championship to be a part of this tournament, if he progresses it will be more than worth it. Triple H has had a mixed year but he proved just how good he is when he, and the rest of The Union, rid the WWE of JBL forever. Now that he’s taken care of business his sights are set firmly on his number one aim – capturing the World Heavyweight Championship. Cody’s growth over the past few months shows in the match as he outsmarts Triple H on a few occasions. Triple H, however, still keeps control of the match and seems well on his way to victory. The surprise of the night however comes when Cody rolls up The Game, with a fist-full of tights, and gets the pin fall. Rhodes slips out of the ring quickly celebrating as an irate Game watches on in shock on his knees.

    Randy Orton vs. The Undertaker

    A very dejected Randy Orton makes his way through the curtain and down the aisle. Since Wrestlemania the Age of Orton has been in full effect as Orton has been the Undisputed WWE Champion. Last night at Summer Slam he lost his coveted championship to his former protégée Ted DiBiase. Tonight is his chance at retribution. It won’t be an easy task. Darkness fall on the arena and the hairs on the back of everyone’s neck stand up as The Undertaker makes his way into the ring. These two men have shown their real sadistic side lately and both have only one thing in mind – the World Heavyweight Championship Match. Again like in Edge/Y2J the fans don’t know who to cheer for. Pretty soon however they have someone to cheer as Jeff Hardy, although battered an bruised from Hell in a Cell, makes his way through the crowd. He runs into the ring, but instead of going after Taker, he kicks Orton in the cut and hits a Twist of Fate before sliding out again. The Undertaker looks confused but soon realises what’s happened as the referee calls for the bell and disqualifies The Undertaker, giving Randy Orton the victory. The Undertaker chases after Hardy but it’s too late – the charismatic enigma is long gone. Instead, the dead man returns to the ring and takes his frustration out on Orton laying him out with a choke slam and a tombstone pile-driver.

    Cody Rhodes vs. Randy Orton

    Suddenly Cody Rhode’s music hits and he comes running down the aisle with a referee. It seems he’s having his match with Orton now instead of later. The referee seems hesitant but after listening to his ear piece he rings the bell and the match is on. Rhodes drags the barely conscious Orton to his feet and nails him with a Cross-Rhodes. He covers him and picks up the win. Rhodes is ecstatic in his celebrations as later on he’s facing Ted DiBiase for the World Heavyweight Championship.

    All-Star Spotlight: Tag Team Division



    Tag Team wrestling is slowly but surely starting to return to its glory days once again thanks to WWE:Legacy. After Wrestlemania we had two sets of dominant tag team champions in Legacy and the Colons. Things didn’t stay that way for long as both teams imploded. John Morrison and The Miz made the most of this opportunity and unified both belts to become the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions. Since then a plethora of tag teams entered the scene; the return of the World’s Greatest Tag Team, The Hart Dynasty, The Motor City Machine Guns and The Burchill Foundation. Miz and Morrison proved dominant but at Summer Slam, they finally met their match as in a gruelling TLC match they lost their belts to Rey Mysterio & Evan Bourne. The new owner of WWE has made it clear to both general managers and to the board of governors that the tag team championship will be made most important. What new teams will emerge and what more experienced teams will step up as Bourne and Mysterio look to prove themselves as fighting champions.

    Interview with Ted DiBiase

    Backstage Todd Grisham catches up with Ted DiBiase who is now dressed and ready for action. He asks him, now that he’s had time to reflect, what is his reaction to having to defend both the WWE Championship and World Heavyweight Championship tonight? “You know Todd, I’m not going to lie and say that I relish the opportunity to prove myself – I dont’ – this sucks. Last night I fulfilled my life’s ambition by proving that I am the best wrestler in the world – and now that might all be taken away from me? You know I won these titles for a reason – I am that good and tonight I’m going to prove it. I’m leaving with both belts and when I do, it’ll be simply priceless.”

    John Cena vs. Chris Jericho

    These two men have had some historic battles in the past and will surely have more now that they’re both on the same brand. Chris Jericho regularly led the way alongside JBL during the Civil War and John Cena captained The Union – these two both have a lot to prove. As usual they fail to disappoint and put on a great show. Above all else they show just how important being WWE Champion is to each of them. Although it seemed like the odds were stacked against Ted DiBiase when this tournament was initially announced it’s now clear that it would take no less than a Herculean effort by whoever wins this match to defeat DiBiase – as they’re leaving it all in the ring. Jericho shows his never say die attitude when he gets his foot on the ropes after an attitude adjustment. This forces Cena to step it up a notch and he delivers an AA of the second rope before pinning Jericho for the victory.

    All-Star Spotlight: TBK vs. HBK

    Shawn Michaels and The Brian Kendrick used to be friends. They had a teacher-student bond that was seemingly unbreakable. However, during a time of turbulence for "The Heartbreak Kid", the self-proclaimed "Loose Cannon" Brian Kendrick unleashed a side of himself that no-one thought possible. He made it his aim, his mission in life to eliminate his former mentor from the world of professional wrestling forever. As the weeks went on, Kendrick continued to attack Michaels on numerous occasions, usually from behind and using underhanded tactics. He threw 'HBK' off the stage on an episode of RAW, and threw him head first threw the titan-tron on another Monday night. He was also the man who cost Michaels the WWE Championship at Extreme Rules.

    Michaels would soon get his revenge however, defeating his former pupil in a much-hyped showdown on RAW, and put the final nail in the coffin in a Texas Street Fight at Summer Slam. The two gave it their all to finish off the other and in the end, Shawn Michaels emerged triumphant.

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    WWE Championship Match: Ted DiBiase (c) vs. John Cena

    The next two matches will be the defining matches of Ted DiBiase’s career. Either he cements himself as an all-time great or he crumbles under the pressure and become little more than a paper champion. DiBiase comes out to a good reaction from the fans but it’s nothing compared to the huge reaction John Cena gets. DiBiase doesn’t seem to understand why Cena is getting more cheers than him. He looks dejected and appears like a defeated man before the match even starts. Cena has been through two matches already but when his back’s against the wall and the odds are stacked against him he thrives. DiBiase tries to step it up but he’s no match for Cena who becomes the new WWE Champion when he makes Ted tap. The WWE Universe is ecstatic. Cena has been through hell over the past few months and is finally back where he belongs - with gold around his waist.

    World Heavyweight Championship Match: Ted DiBiase (c) vs. Cody Rhodes

    Ted sits in the corner of the ring with his head in his hands, trying to catch his breath as Cody Rhodes music hits. The Uncommon Son of a Common Man marches to the ring with his usual swagger as he looks to take out his former legacy team-mate. By the time Rhodes gets to the ring, DiBiase has given himself a shake and goes all out, doing his best to hold onto the World Title. He takes the fight straight to Cody who seems shocked at how DiBiase is. These two men put on a clinic, DiBiase more than making up for his poor showing against Cena. Rhodes is determined however and even manages to kick out of a dream-street. After this happens Randy Orton’s music hits and The Viper makes his way to the stage. He brings a steel chair with him and sits on it, watching the conclusion of the match. This distraction gives Rhodes enough time to recover from the Dream-Street and he nails DiBiase with a Cross-Rhodes. 1,2, kick-out from DiBiase this time. Cody wastes little time however and he gets DiBiase up and hits the move again. He stands over DiBiase’s lifeless body staring straight at him before dragging him closer to the corner. Rhodes gestures that it’s all over as he climbs to the top rope. He leaps off with a picture perfect moonsault and hooks DiBiase’s leg for the three count.

    Reality sinks in to Rhodes after a few seconds and he leaps into the air, realising that he is the new World Heavyweight Champion. Cody quickly gets the big gold belt from the referee and kisses it before holding it in a firm embrace. Orton has a blank expression on his face as he stares at Cody before heading to the back. Ted DiBiase, who rolled out of the ring, comes to just in time to see the referee put the title around Cody’s waist. Rhodes is elated whilst DiBiase look as dejected as a man can. Tonight was advertised as the beginning of a new era in the WWE and it has more than delivered. John Cena has won the WWE Title and is on top of Smakcdown while Cody Rhodes becomes the youngest ever World Heavyweight Champion, beating his former mentor Randy Orton’s record by a few weeks. Welcome to a new era in World Wrestling Entertainment – bigger and better than ever before.

    ***Well there we have it. This is ultra-summarised to set the scene for what's coming ahead. I know the matches are minimal but they have everythin I need them to. I'll post ECW soon, mostly unchanged from the last thread and then I need to re-work Smackdown. As always reviews and comments are really appreciated, I only want to get better.***



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    - Opening with the Undisputed Champ, Ted DiBiase! After all his hard work and months of trails; overcoming Edge, being kicked out of Legacy, fighting amongst Orton, Rhodes and MVP, he finally dethrones Orton with the huge payoff at SummerSlam and wins the gold... ah, Steph McMahon, good to see her. Two separate titles again, thought you'd go that route... oh, dear. I have a terrible feeling DiBiase will lose both the titles tonight. If that happens, I won't agree at all. I mean, if he has gone through all of what I mentioned above and overcame such headline stars as Edge and Orton, only to lose tonight... what was the point of his build up the last few months, only to have him lose? The only way I'll go for it is if DiBiase turns heel down the line as a vengeful, pissed off spoilt brat. If he loses both titles and you demote him to jobber status... well, I just dunno what to say.

    - John Cena defeats CM Punk. Expected, as I know you have big plans for Cena, and if it's the same as what you originally planned, I see Cena winning the Smackdown tournament and taking the gold. We'll see.

    - Cody Rhodes was pretty awesome here. No more Million $ Championship, makes sense, I dig that. However, I now am pretty much convinced Cena will win his match against Ted, and Cody will win his. Hmmm... Cody has beaten Ted before and I always tried to make him look equal to Ted in the past, so this makes sense. It'd be a bold and brave move to put the gold on Rhodes, as I've never seen him pushed as a bona-fide main eventer here in Fan Fic. Should be interesting.

    - Jericho defeats Edge. Not much else to say here really.

    - Joe will be a beast in this fed. And I can't fucking wait for it.

    - Yep, Cody picks up the win against Trips. I'm calling it, Cody wins the big one. As for Triple H, I hope you have some plans for him. In Legacy, he just kinda' always seemed 'there', ya know? He was injured, then put in a dud fued with Nash (my bad ) and hasn't done much since apart from being in The Union. Here's hoping you utilize him well.

    - Orton vs Taker. Two heel matches in one night totally baffles me. I just can't understand the logic. The fans would've been silent not wanting to really cheer for either man. Meh. Hardy screws Taker? You telling me this six month feud isn't over? After their title match at Backlash, Taker screwing Hardy at Judgement Day, Buried Alive at Extreme Rules and Hell in a Cell at SummerSlam, there's more to this feud? I will wait and see before I pass judgement. For all I know, there could be something extra to squeeze out of this feud and you could kick ass with it. Time shall tell.

    - Rhodes picks up a sneak victory on Orton. I sense perhaps an Orton face turn after being royally fucked over by his, I guess now former ally in Rhodes. I'm thinking my predictions will come true.

    - I liked our Tag Division. Kick ass with it.

    - Ted's interview has pretty much sold me on the fact that he will be nothing more than a fluke champion, with months of build down the shitter. Joy. Like I said, the only way I see this working out as a positive is if he turns heel. PLEASE don't let him fade away. I know you're running the ship now, but I figure if this was real life, Ted must have been busted for drugs in order to get this kind of fast demotion ala RVD.

    - Cena beats Jericho. You're now saying that the tournament means it would take a huge effort for the finalists to beat Ted. This is just one big fucking burial, isn't it? Forget what I said about the heel turn, you may as well fire Ted after this. He'll lose to two guys who have both wrestled two matches before him. Then again, it is SuperCena and Rhodes won his match with Orton in mere seconds. I dunno what to think.

    - TBK and HBK. My crown jewel.

    - "DiBiase looks like a beaten man before the match even starts". Wow, such confidence from the man who overcame so much, huh? Cena beats DiBiase, no surprise there. I'm 1-0 at the moment. And now DiBiase has to tackle Rhodes. I'm pretty sure I know what is coming...

    - Why the moonsault? Like seriously, why? The second Cross-Rhodes on a lifeless Ted wasn't enough? Fire Ted. Please, fire him. I'd rather Ted be gone then be subjected to a massive burial. No heel turn will save him now, and I know your not a fan of his anyway. One good thing to come of this however, was Cody. I am really looking forward to what happens next with him.

    - Overall, good show. Though REALLY baffling decision to have two heel vs heel matches. Plus, the show long burial of Ted was confusing. I don't take offense, it's your fed. I just always picture Fan Fics as real companies, real booking. And the show long burial of Ted just didn't make sense... unless the company was under new management and you just wanted Ted gone. Which I suppose is what this is. Anyways, beside that, good show. I will wait and see where things go from here; the Rhodes and Cena title reigns should be interesting, and I'm now interested into what else you can do with Hardy and Taker. Plus, several characters from Season I who I wonder what you'll do with; Zigger, Kendrick, Michaels, Punk, Joe, DeMott... and Kevin Steen. Should be a fun ride. Good luck partner, kick ass.


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    ECW on SyFy
    All Good Things...



    The show opens with a video montage showing the highlights of the history of Extreme Championship Wrestling. IT begins with Shane Douglas winning the title and kick-starting the era of Extreme. It shows the breath-taking new styles of Malenko, Guerrero, Benoit and Jericho being introduced to an American audience. IT shows tag teams like the Dudleyz, Public Enemy, the Impact Players, the Gangstas and the Pitbulls. It shows new stars emerging like Mick Foley, Steve Austin and Rob Van Dam. IT shows the ECW faithful of Dreamer, Raven, Sabu, Sandman, Whipwreck, Funk and Taz all doing battle. It shows the ECW invasion of the 90’s complete with Lawler calling them extremely crappy wrestling. An image of the bingo hall comes up before fading to black, signalling the first closure of ECW. Then it shows Rhino goring someone through a table and Heyman shakig hands with Stephanie McMahon as ECW is reborn in the Invasion. It moves on to One Night Stand – showing the passion and excitement that the fans still had over the old company. They show all of the ECW Originals celebrating in the ring as ONS closes before fading to black again. Then, John Cena facing off against RVD is shown, with a five-star frog splash that started the revolution back up again. It shows The Big Show and Lashley as dominating champions. CM Punk making his debut and the rivalry between the Originals and the New Breed. It shows all that was great about WWECW. Then came the civil war. It shows Bourne, Mysterio, Tyson Kidd and Bryan Danielson all tearing it up in the ring. IT shows CM Punk being showered with trash as the most hated man in sports. It shows Christian finally defeating Punk and becoming the people’s champion. It shows Raven, Dreamer and Foley getting another chance in the spotlight and it shows Umaga decimating Finlay in a steel cage. The screen fades to black and when it comes back ECW Champion Christian is standing by.

    “I remember when I was trying to break into the business the one thing I knew would help me get there quicker was if I could get into ECW. ECW was the place you went to to get known. To win over the most hardcore and dedicated fans in this business and to prove that you had all it takes to be at the top. When I think of ECW I think of some of my best friends in this business paving the way for me. I think of Jericho, Malenko and Eddie. When I think of ECW I think of Tag Team wrestling that allowed Edge and Christian to change the game with TLC matches – I think of the Dudleys, the Impact Players and the Pitbulls. When I think of ECW I think of all the guys who were told they would never make it but who fought tooth and nail to prove otherwise – of The Sandman, of Tommy Dreamer, of Raven, of Mick Foley of Stone Cold Steve Austin. When ECW returned a few years back it provided that exact same platform for the guys who hadn’t yet made it or the guys who were told it was too late to prove their worth. The Big Show showed that he is still a force to be reckoned with. CM Punk and John Morrison showed that they were here for the long haul. Mark Henry, Dreamer and Matt Hardy showed that they still belong on the biggest stage. I never made it in the original ECW so when I had the chance to join this evolved incarnation I jumped at it. These past few months have been the highlight of my career. I took a huge risk when I left the WWE a few years back and when I came home – I knew I would have to do a lot to prove myself. Being here in ECW, winning this ECW World Championship and doing it all with the great ECW fans has shown that not only do I belong here but that I belong at the very top. Sunday night The Union defeated Team JBL and with that ultimately we signed ECW’s death certificate but I’ll be damned if we don’t go out with a bang. Tonight I am defending this title for the last time against Samoa Joe and tonight will be a night for the ages. Tonight I cement my place in history as the last ever ECW Champion. All good things must come to an end – tonight we make history, tonight we end it right, tonight – for one last time – Joe, we’re taking it to the extreme.”

    Evan Bourne vs. Rey Mysterio

    ‘Don’t Question My Heart’ plays as we watch the ECW opening video one last time. The pyro goes off, the fans go wild and Matt Striker and Joey Styles welcome us to ECW – The Farewell. They hype up the fact that the WWE is entering into a new era thanks to the defeat of JBL at the hands of the Union but stay focused on the fact that tonight isn’t about that, it’s about ECW. The first match of the evening sees the WWE Tag Team Champions face off against each other as Rey Mysterio takes on Evan Bourne. These two men represent ECW in its entirety. Rey Mysterio introduced North America to Lucha Libre Wrestling in the original ECW and this past year re-ignited his career there. Evan Bourne is still a young up-and-comer but by putting on great matches (both against and teaming with Mysterio) he has cemented his place in the WWE Universe.

    Fresh off defending their titles in a classic TLC match against The Miz and John Morrison at Summer Slam, the tag champs start things off with a hand shake. They start with a test of strength before quickly transitioning into some fast holds and reversals. Rey gets the advantage and throws Bourne into the ropes but he bounces back with a sunset flip and a two count. It’s exactly the type of match you’d expect these two to have with lots of energy and fast-paced action. The fans know exactly what to expect and have plenty of duelling chants going – supporting both men. After plenty of back and forth action the match finishes with Evan Bourne picking up the roll-up win on Mysterio – the very opposite result of their first match against each other, when Mysterio surprised Bourne. Rey seems a little perturbed by the roll-up but raises Bourne’s hand none-the-less. What new challenges face the tag team champions and what brand will they end up on after ECW?

    Matt Hardy vs. Bryan Danielson

    The next match sees a man whose career has been revitalised on ECW vs. a man whose WWE career started here. Matt Hardy brought the ECW Championship to ECW and defended it against the likes of Kane and the Big Show. After losing the title to Jack Swagger, thanks in part to foul-play from JBL, he joined The Union – a group of the top superstars in the WWE determined to remove JBL from power. At Summer Slam, along with Triple H, Christian, Batista and John Cena he did just that defeating Jack Swagger, Edge, Chris Jericho, Dolph Ziggler and Kane. Bryan Danielson has only been in ECW a few months, but with Raven by his side, he has impressed defeating the likes of Tommy Dreamer, Mark Henry, R-Truth, Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin. Although matched up with the tyrannical Raven he has divided crowds – some detesting him and others getting behind him because of his in-ring ability.

    This match isn’t quite as friendly as the last encounter as Bryan Danielson takes the fight straight to Hardy. Being the last night of ECW, both men are keen to make an impression on whoever the new WWE Owner is and they do everything they can to pick up the win. Bryan tries to wear Hardy down with his various submission manoeuvres but Hardy’s never say die attitude prevents him from tapping out. He battles out of plenty of moves, making frequent use of the rope break. Of course, Danielson is keen to remind the ref that he has till five. Eventually Hardy frustrates Bryan and manages to change the pace of the match turning it into a brawl, hitting Danielson with everything he has. Of course, Danielson is good enough to adapt to different styles and does just that. Eventually Hardy gets the advantage and after a side effect he goes to the second rope for a leg drop. Hardy leaps but Bryan rolls away from danger. He reacts quickly and launches at Hardy locking in the LeBell Lock. Hardy tries to find a way out but Danielson has it locked in perfectly. He fights for as long as he can but he has no choice but to tap. After the match Danielson grabs a mike. He says that after tonight Raven is retiring from wrestling which means that from here on in – he’s going to be his own man. This match right here just proved however exactly what he has been telling everyone all along – he is the best wrestler in the world. Whether he ends up on Raw or Smackdown the one certainty is that he will hold gold – guaranteed.

    CM Punk Promo

    A quick video montage plays reminding everyone of the memorable rants of the Straight-Edge Saviour – CM Punk. It shows him ripping into Mikey Whipwreck, telling his ‘snake in the ice’ story and celebrating with the ECW Title and the Nation of Violence. It shows him ranting against Christian and Samoa Joe. We cut back to the arena and ‘This Fire Burns’ plays as Punk comes out to address the ECW faithful one last time. Matt Striker laments at how he will miss Punk’s almost sermon-like ramblings while Joey Styles rejoices at their departure. The fans don’t disappoint and meet Punk with the boos he has become accustomed to. He just smirks and picks up a microphone.

    “Tonight is a glorious night. Tonight after months of toiling and persevering and holding on I finally, finally can be free from the bonds of oppression. I am being released from this den of iniquity and back into the place where I belong. All of you fans will start chanting tonight – ECW! ECW! ECW! As if it makes you part of a family. This is not a family it is a disgrace and a dark mark on this great business. Over the past few months I have strived to be different. I have strived to show you all a different way than this and you haven’t wanted to hear it. Well guess what, tonight you get to here it one last time. My name is CM Punk. I don’t drink, I don’t do drugs and I don’t smoke. I’m straight edge which – yes- means that I am better than all of you. IT means I’m better than Shane Douglas who was once the ECW Champion but now works in Target. It means I’m better than The Sandman whose addiction meant that he never had a career outside of the bingo hall. It means I’m better than Terry Funk who never knew when to quit and whose addiction turned him into a shell of his old sense. It means I’m better than Mick Foley whose addiction to the cheers turned him into a phoney and a whore. It means I’m better than Christian who tucked his tail between his legs and came back to the WWE begging for a job. It means I’m better than Samoa Joe who disgraced himself by being suspended for violating the wellness policy.

    All of these men, these ECW ‘legends’ who you fans have turned into icons of extreme are weak failures and I’m because I am straight edge it means that I am better than all of them. Tonight is a great night because I finally get out of this cess pool, this pathetic excuse of a brand. Tonight it the death of ECW and I’m not here to give some cheery farewell of choked up emotionalism. You all hate me. I get it. Jealousy is an awful thing. Here’s the reality, I’m going to Raw or to Smackdown and I am going to the top of the WWE whether you all like it or not.” Punk raises his arms soaking in the boos of the fans. “Of course there is one thing I’ll miss about ECW. You see I’m going back to the PG show so this is the last time I’ll get to say this to you. So please, listen careful. F -*censored* YOU!” Punk throws down the mike and storms to the back smiling and arguing with the fans along the way.

    Tommy Dreamer vs. Raven vs. Mick Foley

    The next match up was a triple retirement match. Tommy Dreamer, Raven and Mick Foley have all announced their retirement from active competition and this is their last farewell. Striker and Styles put them over as the three greatest superstars in ECW history from its inception through to this more recent conception. All three men come out to a huge reaction from the fans who have a huge amount of respect for the warriors. Of course this match couldn’t just be a triple threat – it’s an extreme rules 3-way dance.

    As soon as the bell rings all three men roll out of the ring and go straight under it, looking for some weapons to spice things up. Raven emerges with a stop sign, Dreamer a kendo stick and Foley a steel chair. They throw their weapons into the ring and then stare at each other tentatively, not knowing whose going to make the first move. At the same time all three roll back in and a brawl breaks out. This one is definitely a slobber knocker! Although all three men are quite clearly in the twilight of their careers they leave it all in the ring and put on a great show for the fans and for ECW. Eventually Dreamer and Raven team up and Foley and, after brawling up the aisle, send him flying off the stage and through a huge stack of tables and equipment below. This allows them to finish the match without him, ending their careers and their storied rivalry in one go. The finish comes when Raven drives a kendo stick into Dreamer’s nuts and hits the even flow DDT onto a steel chair. After the match the two men embrace and get a standing ovation as well as an incredibly loud and emotional ECW chant.

    The Hart Dynasty vs. The Burchill Foundation

    Of course the new breed of ECW is about more than hardcore matches and kendo sticks. It’s about an extreme desire to win and putting it all on the line. Few wrestlers have epitomised this work ethic more than The Hart Dynasty and The Burchill Foundation. Tyson Kidd, David Hart Smith, Natalya, Paul Burchill, William Regal and Katie Lea Burchill haven’t been in the spotlight of The Civil War, but they have put on classics week in week out showing their yearning to win at any cost. Tonight, the girls are at ringside as Smith and Kidd take on Regal and Burchill in a tag team match. The winners become the number one contenders to Mysterio and Bourne’s tag titles whilst the losers will be forced to disband.

    Kidd and Burchill start things off, reminding everyone of their classic best of five series earlier in the year. This doesn’t last for long however before Regal interjects himself into the match, using cheap tactics to gain control. Regal and Burchill show just how dangerous they can be by isolating Kidd and using double team manoeuvres to wear him down. Eventually Natalya has had enough of Katie Lea’s cackling and a good old fashioned cat fight breaks out on the outside. AS Regal tries to break up the cat fight Kidd tags in Smith and leaps at Regal with a plancha. Smith is fired up and hits a number of big power moves on Burchill. Burchill rolls out of the ring to regroup but Kidd is quick to meet him and Smith follows. The ref struggles to gain control as a brawl breaks out on the outside. Eventually the action gets back in the ring and after a great effort by both teams, determined to stay together, it’s the Harts that pick up the win after a devastating Hart Attack on William Regal. All three members of the Hart Dynasty celebrate in the ring as they prepare to move away from ECW for the first time in their WWE careers.

    Christian vs. Samoa Joe

    From Shane Douglas to Christian the ECW Championship has always been one of the most coveted championships in wrestling history. Tonight the final ever ECW Champion will be crowned. Will it be Christian – the man who helped lead The Union to victory over Team JBL or will it be Samoa Joe – the man who defeated CM Punk at Summer Slam. Both men are big crowd favourites and get huge reactions from the crowd. Joey Styles stresses that whoever wins this match will be an excellent name to end the ECW Title. Both men stand in opposite corners of the ring as Justin Roberts does the full title match introductions.

    Joe takes the fight to Christian from the get-go, making the match a really physical encounter. Christian struggles to keep up with Joe’s frantic pace at the start, with Joe almost dazing Christian with his strikes and kicks. Christian is the champion for a reason, and he soon starts reversing Joe’s attacks before gaining momentum and going onto the offensive himself. As expected, it’s a great match. Although Joe is after Punk himself, Christian isn’t exactly best buddies with the man who stopped him from winning the ECW Title on his first try. They give it all, determined to leave ECW with the title around their waist. After an exhausting twenty minutes or so Joe snaps and goes into overdrive. He throws Christian into the corner with brute force before chopping him until his chest turns raw. He sets him up on the top rope getting him into position for the muscle buster. At this stage CM Punk emerges from behind the curtain and starts walking down to the ring talking trash to Joe. Joe is momentarily distracted which is the only opening Christian needs to hit a reverse DDT on Joe. He waits for Joe to get to his feet and nails him with the Killswitch and gets the pin. Christian is your last ever ECW Champion.

    It’s only after he gets the pin that Christian notices Punk and he seems instantly pissed off. Punk is just smiling as he walks to the back. Christian raises his belt in the air but begrudgingly, as if Punk’s distraction has tainted his win. Regardless, Styles and Striker put over Christian and Joe for their great match and say that Christian is still the epitome of what an ECW Champion should be. They expect both men to go far on either Raw or Smackdown.

    Finale

    The only thing left to finish off ECW was for Paul Heyman to come to the ring. He gets a standing ovation and is clearly emotional. He tries to talk but is drowned off by chants of ECW and ‘thank you Paul.’ When he does get going he keeps it short but sweet. He says that ECW was never about a style of wrestling but about a style of person. It was about being different, about being against the grain and about giving the best fans in the world whatever they want. He says that although ECW ends officially tonight – ECW will never die. At this the old ECW theme hits and floods of wrestlers make their way to the ring. Sandman comes through the fans. Sabu, Dreamer, Raven, Foley, Dudleys, Taz, Rhino, Guido, Whipwreck, RVD, Terry Funk, Big Show, John Morrison, Evan Bourne, Rey Mysterio, Christian, Samoa Joe, and many others all come down and hoist Heyman onto their shoulders. Suddenly Glass Shatters and Stone Cold Steve Austin comes charging down to the ring with cases of beer in his hands. He marches straight up to Heyman, hands him a cold one and the two toast to ECW. The show closes with the fans and wrestlers all on their feet, celebrating what was ECW.
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    Smackdown
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    The pyro goes off, theme hits and a new era of Friday Night Smackdown begins with Todd Grisham and Matt Striker hyping tonight’s huge main event as John Cena defends his recently captured WWE Championship against CM Punk.

    The Motor City Machine Guns vs. Cryme Tyme

    The show starts with tag team action as the relative new-comers to the WWE, Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin, go up against the boys from Brooklyn. Striker puts over the fact the unified tag titles are now the exclusive property of Friday Night Smackdown. Both teams get good reactions from the fans and the WWE Universe is treated to a fast-paced athletic contest. IT seems the new home is refreshing for the guns as they seem a lot more confident and sure of themselves than they did on ECW. Both teams keep having to rush into the ring to break up three counts to the point where Shad has had enough and knocks Sabin off the apron. Sabin and Shad start to brawl around the outside, allowing Shelley and JTG to go at it alone in the ring. Unfortunately for Shad his plan didn’t work and Shelley is able to hit JTG with the Sliced Bread #2 for the win. The Machine Guns are new to Smackdown and they’ve made an instant impact with an impressive win.


    Introducing...

    A video plays to hype up the arrival of Kevin Steen to Smackdown. It’s a simple video of Kevin sitting in a chair, speaking directly into the camera. Below is a transcript of what he had to say:

    “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.

    I, ah, I’m sorry, I’m a bit nervous. I’ve been waiting for this moment for so long. I grew up in Quebec, Canada and well I never really fit in. I remember my Mom’s boyfriend, when I was a kid, won this great big teddy-bear for her at a fun-fair. One night, I guess I was buggin’ him or something, but he gave me the bear and he said “Here, you like that wrestling crap right? Well go wrestle with this while I wrestle with your mom.” So I did, I really did and that bear in many ways quickly became my best friend. Maybe even my only friend for the longest time.

    So I took this bear and I took my Mom’s boyfriends advice and I wrestled with that bear. I spent hours alone in my room, imitating my heroes. I would powerbomb him like I was Vader. I would lock him in the Sharp Shooter like I was the HitMan. I would climb up on my bed and come crashing down with the elbow like I was the Macho Man. When I was 14 and had watched Mick Foley fall off the Hell in a Cell, I would dive off my wardrobe or off a tree onto Teddy, just to feel the rush of being like my hero. My Mom never noticed. She was usually drunk with her boyfriend.

    One day however her boyfriend went away. There was lots of yelling and I watched from my bedroom window, teddy in my arms, as he stormed out and drove off. He kept yelling at her...he kept calling her a whore. At first my blood boiled and I couldn’t believe that this man could speak to my mother like that – so I went to the only refuge I had – I went to wrestling.

    I took my teddy and oh boy did we have a slobber knocker. I took all of my fears and my frustrations out on that tattered stuffed toy but it wasn’t too long before my mom burst through the door. She was drunk and yelling and I just sat there and took it. I knew she was upset and I knew it wasn’t my fault so I just took it. Then...then it happened. Then she grabbed teddy. She grabbed him and she headed straight for the trash. I yelled and I pleaded for her not to take him away but should she wouldn’t listen and she did it – she took away the only thing in my life that had any meaning.

    It was then that I saw her for what she really was – a cold and callous woman who cared not about me or my dreams but only herself. I sided with the boyfriend and I I told my mother that he was right – that she was nothing but a lousy whore. She slapped me right across the face and the moment that her hand slapped my skin I made my decision. 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...
    To be continued...

    Tyson Kidd vs. Evan Bourne

    Tyson Kidd comes out next to a fair reaction from the crowd, accompanied by DH Smith. Natalya is backstage preparing for her match. The Hart Dynasty defeated The Burchill Foundation on the last ever ECW, forcing Regal and Burchill to disband and earning the right to be called number one contenders at the same time. The crowd go wild however when Evan Bourne’s music hits and he, along with Rey Mysterio, comes out with his two sets of tag titles on either shoulder. Bourne and Mysterio defeated The Miz and John Morrison in a TLC match at Summer Slam to hold onto those belts. Kidd and Bourne have similar in-ring styles and frustrate each other early on by not allowing each other to get the advantage. Fresh off his win over Rey on ECW, Bourne eventually breaks Kidd down and starts to string together a series of kicks to take him to the mat. Here, however, Kidd showed his Hart Dungeon Experience and outwrestles Bourne, hitting him with a series of quick pin attempts. After plenty back and forth action Bourne regains control and sets Kidd up for the Air Bourne SSP. Bourne leaps off the top rope but Kidd rolls out of the way. Bourne lands on his feet but Kidd meets him with a super kick. He quickly scrambles on top and gets the three count and the win.

    Smith and Rey quickly slide into the ring after the match and all four square up. A still groggy Bourne places a hand on Rey’s chest before extending the other to Kidd. All four shake hands but as they do The Miz and John Morrison appear on the screen, sitting in deck chairs. ‘Really? Really?” Asks The Miz. John Morrison says that it looks like they’ve stumbled onto an episode of Guys Gone Wild. The Miz says that Bourne and Rey got lucky at Summer Slam and that he doesn’t care about these little canucks and their number one contendership. Morrison says that as the longest reigning WWE Champions in recent history they deserve another shot and they will get it. Bourne, Mysterio, Smith and Kidd are nothing compared to Miz and Morrison and it’s only a matter of time before they get the chance to prove it. ‘BE JEALOUS!’

    William Regal vs. Dustin Rhodes

    The next match is a strange on as William Regal takes on Dustin Rhodes. Neither man are particularly well-liked by the WWE Universe, but they soon side with Rhodes as Regal slides out of the ring before they even lock up. He grabs the mic and says that this match isn’t starting until he gets the respect he deserves from the WWE Universe. Of course this only makes the fans boo him more. Rhodes simply shrugs his shoulders before going outside taking the fight to Regal. The fans get behind Rhodes as the two men brawl all around the outside area. Rhodes gets the advantage and slams Regal’s head off the ring steps before rolling him into the ring. He whips him into the ropes before nailing him with a stun gun for the 123. Rhodes backs up the aisle with a smirk on his face as Regal starts to throw a tantrum in the ring yelling at the fans to shut up. He grabs a mic and says that none of you will be laughing this time next week.

    Natalya vs. Kelly Kelly

    The WWE Diva’s are in action next as Natalya makes her return to Smackdown. Natalya and Kelly are both over with the fans but only one of these Diva’s was ever going to get the win. Knowing the battle she has ahead of her Kelly starts with all guns blazing taking Nattie down with two quick dropkicks followed by a head scissors. Nattie quickly gains her composure however and takes Kelly down with a spear to stop her in her tracks. She lifts Kelly up and then down with an atomic drop as the fans get behind her. She lifts Kelly to her feet and delivers a quick snap suplex before locking in the Sharpshooter for the win. Natalya is back on Smackdown and seems prized to make an impact.

    On This Day...I See Clearly...

    Edge makes his way out to the ring wearing his usual torn up jeans and a checked shirt. He seems to be in a sombre mood and has little time for the jeers of the WWE Universe.

    “You know it’s funny. I spent the past few months focusing not on gold or on being the ultimate opportunist but instead I focused on helping out another man. I focused on being a crucial member of Team JBL in the Civil War. You see JBL has always been the leader of the locker room here in the WWE and so it seemed to make perfect sense to back him as he looked to gain total control over the WWE. And it started pretty well. At Extreme Rules in WARGAMES we showed Team ECW exactly what we were capable of and we annihilated them. Somewhere after that we seemed to lose our way. Mick Foley embarrassed me at The Bash and then at Summer Slam our momentum was finally crushed as The Union defeated Team JBL and finished the Civil War once and for all. I’ll be honest, this absolutely sucks. I’ve gone from main eventing Wrestlemania in an unforgettable TLC match to being amongst the first eliminated in last week’s battle royal. Well all of that is about to change. I am about to climb my way to the top of the ladder and I guarantee that I will be in a marquee match come March at Wrestlemania 26. But first, I’m not going straight for the WWE Title. No, I’m going to save that for later. First – I’m going for the WWE Tag Team Championship. You see there’s another man in a very similar position. At Wrestlemania he was in one of the three main events trying to end the streak. He too, devoted his time to helping JBL in the Civil War and he too was eliminated much too early in last week’s battle royal. Together we are going to become WWE Tag Team Champions as we prove that we deserve our spots, and come Wrestlemania, one way or another, we will steal the show. Please welcome my new Tag Team Partner – Chris Jericho!”

    The fans erupt into a chorus of boos as Jericho’s pyro erupts and the 5-time World Champion comes down to the ring dressed in his usual smart suit. Jericho, like Edge earlier, isn’t in a cheery mood, but seems focused and serious – ready to make a statement.

    “I am the best in the world at what I do. Lately however I have been distracted and led astray by following the fantastical whims of a dubious entrepreneur. Instead of leading Team JBL to victory we lead Team JBL to disgrace. That will never be the case for Edge and Chris Jericho again. Between us we hold a combined 14 Intercontinental Championship reigns, 14 World Title Reigns and most importantly an incredible 16 WWE Tag Team Title reigns. If I’m being honest, and I am an honest man, I was starting to get sick of Edge. But if I am to place on the very top of the WWE – there is no man with the accomplishments and achievements to compliment me better than him. We are not here to pander to all you parasites – we are here to win matches. We both do that better than anyone else and we will show that together. Do you understand what I am saying to you right now? You see...”

    Jericho is suddenly cut off by the familiar music of The Big Show. The largest athlete in the world comes down to the ring with a smile on his face and shakes hands with a few fans on his way. It seems to be a slightly different Big Show than the one we’ve seen over the last few months.

    “Blah blah blah blah blah. Damn are you guys boring. We get it, you’ve sucked for a while and now, you wanna get better. Newsflash guys – this is Smackdown, not a therapy session. Maybe if you ran your mouths a little less and did more talking in the ring you’d get things done better. Now, if you look at Team JBL – well they competed twice. Once they won and once they lost. Now you guys were in the team both times. Me? I was only in the time they won. See the link? You lost the largest athlete in the world and you automatically lost your mojo. Now I’m gonna cut this short but it seems like we’re all on the same page. I too am entering the tag team division here on Smackdown. Yeah, so if you boys want to get anywhere near those championships – you’ve got to get through me.”

    By the time Big Show is finished talking he’s face to face with Edge and Jericho. Jericho makes a smart comment about how a tag team is two men, not one and that he cannot enter the division alone. Show just smiles and as he does fire bursts from the ring-posts. Kane comes out from underneath the ring apron and slides into the ring. Edge and Jericho try to fight the two giants off but both are met quickly with chokeslams. It seems that Kane and The Big Show have been reformed as a tag team which will send shivers down the champion’s spines.

    Samoa Joe vs. Chavo Guerrero

    Samoa Joe comes out for this match to a great reaction from the WWE Universe but in a very foul mood after CM Punk cost him his chance of becoming ECW Champion Tuesday Night. Chavo never stood a chance. Joe immediately goes at Chavo, ripping his chest to shreds with the hardest chops you’ll see in the WWE. He backs Chavo into the corner where he grabs him by the head and tosses him across the ring. Chavo slowly gets to his feet and is met with an exploder suplex. Joe picks him up, sets him on the top turnbuckle and drives him into the mat with a muscle buster. He then locks in the Coquina Clutch and Chavo taps instantly. Samoa Joe is angry and Samoa Joe is in the best shape of his career- a lethal combination.

    The Instant Classic

    Christian makes his way to the ring next in his ring gear and with his ECW Championship around his waist. The fans are behind him as much as ever and it’s very much a battle on the brand between him and Cena as to who is the real people’s champion. Before his match he grabs the mic.
    “I’m going to keep this short and sweet because I’m sick of talking. The time for talking is over. Basically I am disgusted at how I retired this ECW Championship belt. On the last ever broadcast of ECW I defeated Samoa Joe to become the last ever ECW Champion. But I didn’t do it by my own merit. CM Punk interfered in the match which enabled me to defeat Joe. As far as I was concerned holding this championship meant that you were the man in this business. The man who could step in this ring, take whatever was thrown his way and still walk out champion. A man doesn’t take a cheap victory with someone else doing your dirty work. That is why I am hereby reinstating the ECW Championship. Regal, you can make it official or not, I don’t care, this is a matter of pride. From now on, if you step in between these ropes to dance with me, I’ll be putting this bad boy on the line because I’ll be damned if the legacy of ECW is going to end like it did against Joe. I determined to show that holding this title belt is more than a prop, but holding this title belt proves beyond any shadow of a doubt that I am the Instant Classic.”

    The fans give Christian a respectful cheer as he looks to prove his worth. They get for a great match when Finlay’s music hits and he bursts through the curtain ready to take on Captain Charisma and go for some championship glory. Finlay has had some time off after Umaga’s death. Finlay was the monster’s last rival. The two friends shake hands before the match but as soon as the bell rings all friendship is tossed out the window. The match is aggressive from the get go as both men look like they have a point to prove. Christian in particular is very aggressive and tries to wear Finlay down quickly from the off.

    As the match continues on both men frustrate each other by how well they know each other in the ring. Despite their willingness to take it up a notch neither man manages to push it up a level as the other keeps cutting their attacks short. Finlay gets frustrated first and throws Christian shoulder first into the ring post. Christian falls to the outside but Finlay doesn’t let up and follows him out. He picks Christian up and throws him shoulder first into the announce table. Finlay seems really determined to win and pulls his straps down after rolling Christian back into the ring. He positions Christian as he climbs to the second rope. He climbs to the second rope and jumps off looking to hit a leg drop but as he does, Christian rolls out of the way. Finlay starts to get to his feet but as he does Christian somehow manages to roll him up with a small package and picks up the quick victory. Christian is hurt after the match, holding onto his shoulder. Finlay is pissed and quickly heads to the back instead of checking on his friend. Christian stares at Finlay confused as he gets to his feet slowly with the ref handing him his ECW Title.

    WWE Championship: John Cena (c) vs. CM Punk

    CM Punk’s entrance hits and he comes through the curtain to a huge chorus of boos filling the arena. Punk has a smirk on his face and a mike in his hand and decides to address the WWE Universe on his way down the aisle. “All you fans should be rejoicing because Smackdown finally has a Saviour. You are all giddy in expectation, waiting for ‘The Champ’ to come out and send you home happy but I am here to not only crush your hopes but to save you from yourselves. You see you all think that John Cena is the man who fulfils your dreams for you but all he is doing is holding you back from the seeing the reality that is your pathetic, addiction riddled lives. Well the escapism ends tonight. No longer can you live vicariously through John Cena because I am here to defeat him, to become the WWE Champion and to be your Straight-edge Saviour!”

    Punk just stretches out his arms and soaks in the boos. The boos very quickly turn to cheers as John Cena’s music hits and the champ comes running down the aisle, saving us from CM Punk’s rant. Having lost Monday Night on Raw Punk shows a whole new attitude and proves exactly what he is capable of, dominating most of the match. Punk takes his time and slowly and methodically breaks down Cena, showing that he is certainly in Cena’s league. The Champ never says die however and works up into a come-back. He gets into position for the 5-Knuckle Shuffle but as he goes for the fist drop Punk gets his foot up and kicks him right in the jaw. Punk scrambles to his feet and hoists Cena up onto his shoulders for the GTS. Punk lets out a scream but before he does the move music rings out throughout the arena.

    Samoa Joe stomps his way out onto the stage and points at Punk. Punk drops Cena and leans against the ropes telling Joe ‘this is how you get the job done!’ He spoke too soon however and turns round into an Attitude Adjustment from John Cena. 123 – Cena is still the champion. Joe runs down the aisle and ignores Cena, grapping Punk and nailing with a muscle buster. He then grabs the WWE Title and hands it to Cena, raising his arm as the show goes off the air.






    **Really glad to get this pumped out. It's a mix of stuff I had written for the first and second Smackdown and a few new bits as well. Really excited about this - it was a slow show and it might seem like it not much happened but we have a 7 week build before the SD! ppv so the feuds aren't gonna be hugely intense straight away. As always all reviews and comments are greatly appreciated.






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    Monday Night RAW is proud to present it's first stand alone Pay-Per-View event since these events became joint-brand extravaganza's in 2007. Bad Blood was a event promoted by the RAW brand in both 2003 and 2004, and we are proud to announce that in the month of September, this event will be returning via Pay-Per-View.

    From this point forward, both RAW and Smackdown will trade PPV's each calender month, meaning Smackdown will host a stand-alone PPV of its own in the month of October. The only exceptions to this new format is the "Big Four" PPV's being dual-branded: Survivor Series in November, Royal Rumble in January, WrestleMania in March and SummerSlam in August will feature talent from both brands as a way to differentiate them from other events and keep their prestige as the events with the longest lineage and history.

    Check back for more updates as they become available.

    WWE Pay-Per-View Calender 2009/2010
    September: Bad Blood (RAW)
    October: TBA (Smackdown)
    November: Survivor Series (RAW & Smackdown)
    December: Cyber Sunday (RAW)
    January: Royal Rumble (RAW & Smackdown)
    February: No Way Out (Smackdown)
    March: WrestleMania XXVI (RAW & Smackdown)

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    A Run In Review

    You've put up Raw, the last ECW and your Smackdown...an awesome effort! As Smackdown was always to be your initial project I wanted to review it mainly as it is the start of something due to ECW closure...

    MCMGs vs. Cryme Tyme- great to see such an exciting team open the show. These guys will really get your tag div moving even though you've already got a great div with Morrison/Miz, Bourne/Rey, and Hart Dyn all part of it. Not sure if these two teams would have good chemistry but I'm sure you are building them towards the better fore mentioned teams for feuds...

    I think I've read this promo beofre. It;'s a great promo but kind of like a repeat for me

    Kid vs. Bourne+ awesome, technical high flyers would keep the crowd pumped. It also allows for the tag title storyline to continue so its a win/win.

    The next two matches I'm not sure what purpose they played, I'll stay tuned...


    Big Show got it right, it was pretty poor. I may be a bit biased as I hate Edge. Jericho's promo was perfect, well done there, great stuff, and these two add again to a very stacked tag division!! I hope you can keep all these teams relevant and interesting you have heaps here. Well done to keep that moving. It does kinda say a little that you don't have too much for these guys and have put them inot tag teams, howevere if your plan is to push the tag titles and create storylines and feuds because you love tag matches then well done...

    Joe squashing Chavo.. love it! No mic time for Joe..a little disappointing.

    Christian vs. Finlay - mmm I didn't really like this. After ECW had a Paul Heyman appearance was hoping for a more "extreme" defence. I hated how WWECW had DQ's and hardcore matches were not normal stips likethe original ECW. Finlay's a tough guy but would have prefereed a more hardcore opponent and some chairs thrown in perhaps... Christian just doesn't fit the bill as a hardcore/ ecw champion sorry. It's just me. Was also hoping for a confrontation with Edge too... just me though.

    Main event time.

    Punk's promo spot on! Brilliant. Match was great. Joe handing Cena the title and sucking his cock.. hated it! My imagination was racing ahead of what I was reading and was picturing Joe eyeballing Cena as he is the Champ and is gunning for him, but has other business to deal with in Punk first. A sort of I'll kick your ass soon Cena look. And Cena not being too impressed with Joe interfering dynamic. He ignored Cena at first to hit the msucle buster, why not keep that going??

    Enjoyed your show PB, it looked great, easy to read and got me pumped more than once. You've got some really great workers in there and I can't wait to see how you push your huge Tag division. I'm also interested to see who you are going to send after Cena as most of your ME talent is in the tag division and Punk is busy with Joe...

    Look forward to your next episode(s)

    cheers!

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    Only Smoke and Mirrors...



    Previously on WWE: Legacy:

    *The Union def. Team JBL at Summer Slam forcing JBL to hand over control of the WWE to the Board of Directors. They appointed Stephanie McMahon as the GM of a whole new Monday Night Raw.

    *The Board of Directors separated the Undisputed WWE World Title into the WWE Title for Smackdown and the World Title on Raw.

    *Cody Rhodes def. Triple H and Randy Orton in the one night to get the opportunity to face DiBiase for the World Title. It was a hard-fought contest between the former tag team champions, but there could only be one winner and Rhodes came out on top becoming the youngest ever World Heavyweight Champion.

    *DiBiase followed the best night of his career at Summer Slam with the worst. He lost the WWE Championship to John Cena and the World Title to Cody Rhodes.

    *Jeff Hardy, despite brutally suffering at the hands of the Undertaker in the Hell in a Cell, managed to hobble into Raw long enough to cost the Phenom his match in the Title Tournament.


    Raw kicks off in style as Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler welcome us to a ‘Vintage’ Monday Night Raw. The ring is decked out with a black carpet and black and gold ring ropes. Justin Roberts is standing in the ring with a microphone. “Ladies and Gentlemen please be upstanding for you new Heavyweight Champion of the World – The American Nightmare – Cody Rhodes!” Cody debuts new theme music as the arena fills with boos. Rhodes walks out with a very sharp suit. He stands on the stage and slowly opens up his suit jacket revealing the glistening gold belt with a huge grin on his face. As he does, black and gold confetti starts to fall from the arena ceiling. He unbuckles the belt and raises it above his head with one arm – the fans sickened at the sight of it. He slowly and confidently struts to the ring; a constant smile on his face.

    “Folks please show your respect for true greatness – please put your hands together for the new face of Raw – please stand up for your New World Heavyweight Champion – The American Nightmare: Cody Rhodes!” Cody lifts his championship up high again – only further aggravating the fans. “Jeff Hardy, Randy Orton, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker – all huge superstars and future hall of famers, all here on Monday Night Raw but this belt – this beautiful shiny belt (he pauses breaking into a huge grin again) well it means that I am better than them and that I am the best wrestler alive today. Ted DiBiase said that he felt like he was dreaming at Summer Slam when he became champion – well last week on Raw he fell into a nightmare as I defeated Randy Orton and Triple H in the same night before defeating him and becoming the youngest champion in WWE History. And so it’s only appropriate that we start things right tonight by celebrating this momentous occasion in style. Tonight is my night and nothing will get in the way of that.”

    “It’s a New Day!” echoes around the arena as Rhodes is quickly interrupted by Ted DiBiase. DiBiase comes down to the ring unshaven, wearing sweat pants and a ‘Raw’ t-shirt. He has lost his championship swagger and seems like a broken man. He grabs a mike.

    “You know what Cody I’m really not in the mood for a back and forth encounter here and I’m really not in the mood for all of your usual garbage. Here’s the facts 1) Last week was the worst night of my life as I lost everything. 2) You are the World Heavyweight Champion and if I’m going to prove that Summer Slam wasn’t a fluke – I need to be World Heavyweight Champion and 3) I have a re-match clause and I feel like cashing it in right here tonight in Portland Oregon!”

    Rhodes and DiBiase square up and start talking trash as the fans are ready to see these two go at. The atmosphere changes very quickly however when Randy Orton’s music hits and the Viper comes to the ring wearing his ring gear and a t-shirt. Despite showing just how vicious he can be over the past few months – his reaction isn’t totally negative. It seems a minority of the WWE Universe have enjoyed Orton’s dominance and are starting to get behind him.

    “Wow. Really wow. It seems I’ve created not one but two monsters. Two spoilt brats who seem to forget exactly how they got here. The reality is that both of you are nothing without me and I made your careers. And Ted you seem to forget that although Cody beat you last week, I too have a re-match clause in my contract – so if anyone’s taking home the World Championship tonight – it’s me.”

    All three men start to argue and an exacerbated Rhodes speaks again.

    “Dammit. You two need to realise that tonight isn’t about you, it’s about me. It’s about Cody Rhodes being the youngest ever World Champion so why don’t you both just head to the back and let my celebration continue in peace?”

    ‘I’m all grown up’ hit’s and Stephanie McMahon marches out to the stage to get a bit or order. She says that it’s been obvious for a very long time that these three men have been on a collision course towards each other. Orton had fought DiBiase and DiBiase has fought Rhodes and Rhodes has fought Orton and to be quite frank – she’s getting sick of it all. It’s true that both Orton and DiBiase have rematches and they’ll get them but not tonight. At Bad Blood – Raw’s first pay-per-view – Legacy will implode once and for all as Cody Rhodes defends his World Championship against Ted DiBiase and Randy Orton in a Triple Threat Match. As for tonight, well even though he’s champion, the show isn’t entirely about Rhodes. So tonight Legacy will ride again as they will team together in a six-man tag team match against the returning Mr Kennedy...and...D-X! Rhodes is furious in the ring and starts to throw a hissy fit. DiBiase quickly exits, seemingly satisfied with getting his shot. Michael Cole asks how Legacy will be able to put aside their differences to team together one last time and as he does he gets his answer – Orton levels Rhodes with an RKO as we go to commercial.

    Jack Swagger vs. Santino Marella

    The All-American American Jack Swagger comes out to the ring with his Intercontinental Championship around his waist, ready for action. Swagger has had an incredible year for such a new superstar. He had a good run with the ECW Championship until CM Punk won it in a six-man match. From there he took Matt Hardy’s Intercontinental Championship and was an integral member of Team JBL – main eventing Summer Slam. The fans are much happier to see his opponent tonight- Santino Marella! Santino tries to have a joke with Swagger in the ring to start things off but the IC Champ just looks at Santino as if he’d called his mother a whore. He quickly charges at him, ducks behind him while hooking his arms around his waist. Santino panics as Swagger quickly throws him across the ring with a release German suplex. Swagger stays on Santino and drives his knee into his back before locking in a cobra clutch. Swagger gets vicious and starts to pull Santino’s head back by the hair – forcing the referee to break the hold. Santino writhes in pain on the mat in the corner. Swagger punds his chest before running, jumping over Santino and up onto the second rope before launching himself backwards nailing a slingshot splash. Swagger does push-ups in the ring as he waits for Santino to get to his feet. When he does he’s met with a gutwrench powerbomb and then a 123. Jack Swagger shows just how good he is now that he’s on Raw. He seems focused and set to hold onto his title at whatever cost.

    Jeff Hardy – Never Say Die

    Michael Cole: Ladies and Gentlemen when The Undertaker defeated Jeff Hardy in the Hell in the Cell match at Summer Slam it left its mark on Hardy. Hardy has been ordered to stay at home this week to help him get on the mend. We’re going to join Jeff now via satellite to hear see how his recovery is coming along. So Jeff, how are you feeling?

    Jeff Hardy: Well I’m on the mend. There’s no doubt about it – Hell in a Cell takes it out of you and I’m knocked up but I am desperate to get back to action. Yeah, the Undertaker got the best of me at Summer Slam, but that doesn’t mark the end for Jeff Hardy.

    Jerry Lawler: You know, you were meant to stay at home last week as well Jeff but you dragged yourself to Raw and cost the Dead-man his shot at the World Title. Here’s my question – do you really think it’s wise to raise the ire of the Phenom after all he’s put you through?

    Hardy: King, that’s exactly why I’m not done with the dead man. He’s put me through hell and done everything he can to make my life a misery. I cannot let him have the last word. This – between me and the Undertaker – it’s about more than championships and more than wrestling – he has made my life hell and I cannot let him away scot-free. At Summer Slam I failed to send him back to hell, but I will not stop until this is finished.

    Cole: Aren’t you worried about just what else the Undertaker can put you through?

    Hardy: No. Absolutely not. There is nothing The Undertaker can do than can be worse than what he’s already done. I live my life to the extreme which means I never give up and I never say die – not even when it comes to the Undertaker.

    Cole: Jeff thank you for your time and we hope that you get back to 100% soon and join us back here on Raw.

    Would the real Dolph Ziggler please stand up

    Dolph Ziggler comes out to the ring next with a sour look on his face. This brash young superstar has made a huge name for himself by trading wins with John Cena before becoming a part of Team JBL. He’s dressed for action but, as usual, has plenty to say first.

    “Last week a new era in the WWE began as we crowned not one but two new World Champions. Apparently the top ranked superstars on Raw and Smackdown battled it out to get a shot at the gold. But yet, last time I checked, yours truly, Dolph Ziggler, wasn’t involved. Last year I was held back and so I did something about, I smashed my way through the glass ceiling and I made it on my own. I annihilated the poster boy John Cena and staked my claim as one of the top superstars in the WWE Universe. It seems however that that counts for nothing here. It seems that the same guys get the same spots and I – the actual top superstar in the WWE – get left behind. So, that’s fine, I’ll stop complaining. Instead I’ll prove to the board of directors, to Stephanie McMahon and to the entire WWE Universe that Dolph Ziggler isn’t a flash in the pan but that I am the real deal. So...who wants a shot? Who wants to step up and prove themselves? I am willing to face anyone in this entire locker-room to prove it.”

    Dolph Ziggler vs. MVP

    It doesn’t take long for the challenge to be answered as out comes Montel Vontavious Porter – M.V.P.! MVP gets a strong reaction from the fans who hope to see Porter shut Ziggler up. MVP has had a frustrating year losing both his US Championship and becoming the first Money in the Bank winner to not win the World Title. Despite that he has won the fans over and put on plenty of stellar performances. Tonight he looks like he’s had a fire lit under him and he and Ziggler go all out to prove a point. MVP, however, seems to have that extra bit of energy and eventually begins to overwhelm Ziggler. Ziggler grows visibly frustrated and rolls out of the ring. The referee keeps MVP in the ring as Ziggler shows no sign of coming back in. He starts to retreat up the aisle and the referee has no choice but to count him out. MVP half-celebrates his victory but is obviously disappointed at its weak finish.

    Brian Kendrick visits Stephanie McMahon

    Stephanie McMahon is sitting at her desk when Brian Kendrick bursts in giving her a shock. He seems distracted and looks anywhere but at Stephanie. He says that he can sympathise with Dolph Ziggler and that he hopes that Stephanie isn’t forgetting the huge impact he’s made over the past few months. Stephanie replies that she has been very impressed with Kendrick and has set him up with a match later tonight. Kendrick says that if she really wants to see what he’s capable of she should make it a no dq match. With a grin Steph says that she likes the way he thinks and makes it official.

    Kofi Kingston vs. Paul Burchill

    Paul Burchill is standing by in the ring when we return from commercial break. The fans erupt when his opponents music hits and Kofi Kingston rallies the fans up as he makes his way to the ring. Burchill attacks Kofi as soon as he gets into the ring and starts to wear him down with his aggressive offense. Burchill had a great run on ECW alongside William Regal and looks set to continue that tonight. Kingston however is resilient and battles back with the WWE Universe behind him. Despite Burchill’s best efforts there’s little he can do about a Trouble in Paradise out of nowhere giving Kofi the win. Kingston is on a roll and set to do big things on Monday Night Raw.

    Are You Ready?

    Backstage Shawn Michaels is taping up his wrists when we hear a voice off camera. “Are you ready?” Triple H walks into the scene and the two embrace. Triple H says he has never been more excited to be getting the band back together. “Over the past few months we’ve been through hell – now, it’s time to go back to doing what we do best.” Shawn agrees and adds “And if you’re not down with that we’ve got two words for ya” “MISSSSSSTERRRR KENEDYYYY...KENEDYYY!!!” Mr Kennedy comes into the scene and Shawn and Triple H just stare at him confused. Triple H adds – “Isn’t that three words?”

    Brian Kendrick vs. Matt Hardy

    Brian Kendrick almost stumbles to the ring with his hair covering his face and a kendo stick in his hand. He ignores all of the fans and squats in the ring with the kendo stick across his shoulders, waiting for his opponent. Matt Hardy comes out, re-debuting on Raw, ready to show what he’s capable of. He comes out all guns blazing with a trash can full of weapons and they start going at it right off. Hardy shows just how much of an expert he is in this environment and Kendrick, although innovative, seems to struggle. Kendrick however gets an unexpected aid when The Undertaker appears out of nowhere and chokeslams Hardy onto a trash can. Kendrick is quick to capitalise and covers Hardy to pick up the important win. Taker chases Kendrick out of the ring before picking Hardy up off the mat and delivering a Last Ride before kicking him out of the ring and getting a microphone.
    Thus Saith the Deadman

    “Jeff Hardy. It seems you’ve yet to learn your lesson. You...are not...in my...league. This is the devil’s playground and the sooner you realise that you cannot win this war the better. I will go through you and your family until you get the picture. I’m gonna give you one more shot...one more chance to prove...me...wrong. At Bad Blood I challenge you to a casket match – to our final battle. And Jeff think long and hard because if you accept at Bad Blood you will Rest...In...Peace!”

    Double Trouble

    When we return from commercial break The Bella Twins are in the ring finishing off shooting t-shirts to the crowd, hyping them up in time for the main event. They are finishing up when Lay-Cools music hits and Michelle and Layla start to walk down to the ring – mics in hand of course.

    McCool: Oh my gosh Lay? Are these girls serious?

    Layla: I don’t Michelle. It’s like a weird dream.

    McCool: More like a nightmare.

    Layla: Yeah, with double the ugly.

    McCool: I can’t believe these poor people have to sit here and watch these two.

    Layla: I know, right?

    The Bellas just stand are stare at Lay-Cool as they make their way into the ring.

    LayCool: Ok...Real Talk!

    Layla: You know, just because Smackdown got the Diva’s Title doesn’t mean that the girls on Raw aren’t important.

    McCool: Yeah, and we’re going to show the entire WWE Universe that if LayCool are on Raw – then LayCool will be on top. Why? Because we’re...

    LayCool: Flawless!

    They immediately jump they Bellas and although the twins try to fight back, they were never dressed or ready for fighting and LayCool very quickly dominate. Referees quickly come running out and pull them off but the damage has already been done.

    Legacy vs. D-X and Mr Kennedy!

    DX come out to the ring first to a huge ovation from the fans, possibly the biggest of the night. They look like a huge weight has been lifted from their shoulders and that they’re able to do what they do best. Mr. Kennedy comes out next and he too gets a great reaction – the fans are pumped to see him return. He comes to the ring with a lot of energy and shakes hands with DX – his partners for the night. Legacy come out next – separately of course – and the tension is so thick you could cut it with a knife. DiBiase gets a fairly positive reaction, Orton’s is very mixed and Rhodes gets nuclear heat.

    DiBiase starts things off Triple H but the match never really gets off the ground. Cody and Orton start arguing on the apron and pretty soon they’re brawling up the aisle. DiBiase leans over the ropes yelling for them to get it back together but to no avail. DiBiase turns round and walks into Sweet Chin Music from HBK (who sneaked into the ring) before stumbling into Triple H who nails him with a pedigree. Triple H points at Kennedy who’s begging for the tag and the fans cheer in approval. H tags Kennedy who climbs to the top rope and nails the fallen DiBiase with a Kenton Bomb for the win.

    DiBiase is out of it and Rhodes and Orton are out of sight as DX and Kennedy celebrate. DX seem pleased enough with Kennedy and raise his arms in victory. Kennedy falls to his knees and bows down to DX in respect, showing how much he thinks of them. DX have no problem with keeping on celebrating but as they do, Kennedy, still on his knees, delivers a double low blow from behind. He opens his mouth wide, mocking being shocked. He grabs Triple H and drives his skull into the mat with a mic-check before giving the same treatment to HBK. The show goes off the air with Kennedy standing tall over DX.
    BaD BlOOD

    World Heavyweight Championship
    Legacy finally implodes

    Cody Rhodes (c) vs. Ted DiBiase vs. Randy Orton



    Ok, there's Raw. It's still rusty because I'm writing with Will's characters. I'm obviously changing DiBiase a lot but guys like Ziggler, Kendrick, Taker and Jeff he did a really good job with so I need to take a while fleshing them out and getting to know how they act. I also struggled with the LayCool promo so we'll see what happens there. As always all reviews and comments are really appreciated.*



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    JBL made a huge mistake when he became soul-owner of the WWE: he ignored women's wrestling. After retiring both the WWE Women's and WWE Diva's Championships, the girls were left to flounder with no focus or direction. Now, the Diva's Championship is coming back to Friday Night Smackdown giving the smart, sexy and powerful female athlethes something to aim for. Smackdown is putting lots of time and effort behind the Diva's division in an effort to create the greatest female division in WWE's History.

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    Mickie James is arguably the greatest female wrestler in WWE History. Mickie was a talented honors student in school who could have chosen any career she wanted, but she was always going to follow her passion and become a professional wrestler. Mickie honed her craft all around America on the independant circuit before making her WWE debut making an instant impact in an all-time great rivalry with Trish Stratus. A multi-time Women's Champion, Mickie is sure to lead the way on Smackdown as the girls fight for the respect and adoration of the WWE Universe.

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    Melina entered the WWE as the manager of MNM - Jonny Nitro and Joey Mercury. It didn't take long however before Melina came away from the sidelines and showed exactly what she was capable of in-ring. Proving she was more than just a unique entrance - Melina combined her incredible flexibility with her never-say-die attitude to capture the hearts of the WWE Universe. It was a long journey for Melina, appearing in the early stages of the original Tough Enough but failing to make the mark. Now she is ready to take her career to the next level on Friday Night Smackdown by capturing the Diva's Championship.

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    There are few families as proud in wrestling history as the legendary Harts. Son of Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhart, Natalya has learnt he craft the best way possible: under the tutelage of legends such as The Anvil, Owen Hart and Bret 'The Hitman' Hart. She is keen however to prove her own legacy. "eing a third-generation Diva is actually history in the making, but my family didn’t make me who I am today. Don’t compare me to my uncles or my grandfather. Everything I’ve earned is on my own." After managing the Hart Dynasty to the top on ECW (along with tangling with Katie Lea in the mean time) she is ready to be her own person, getting some silverware on Friday Nights.



    When Gail Kim first debuted in the WWE, she won the women's championship in her first match. Widely considered one the best in-ring talents in the world, Gail has had sucess in every company she had been a part of, and she expects the pattern to continue on Friday's. Skilled in every aspect of the game with a particular emphasis on submission, Gail is a fire-cracker to watch out for. What she lacks in size she gains in heart and determination.

    As soon as Kelly Kelly appeared on Extreme Expose the WWE Universe fell in love. Her infectious smile and undying enthusiasm makes her Smackdown's Girl Next Door. Debuting on ECW she has been a fan favourite ever since. Kelly admits she isn't the most natural in-ring compeitor but she continues to work hard and try to reinvent herself. Kelly has yet to win any titles but her main aim is to have the Diva's Title around here waist. Alongside her BFF Tiffany, she will electrify Friday Nights.

    Maryse adds a uniquely continental flavour to the Diva's Roster. A finalist in the Diva Search Competition, it's obvious Maryse considers herself to be better than the rest of the roster in every possible way. A former champion in her own right, Maryse is determined to add the ultimate accesory to her outift - the Diva's Championship. Will her bad attitude prove too much for Maryse to stay on top or will she dominate the competition?

    Nobody personifies the Smart, Sexy and Powerful mantra of the Diva's better than Tiffany. Tiffany worked her way into the WWE as assistant to the General Manager Teddy Long on ECW before taking over the full-time posistion. From there she became a backstage interviewer all the while honing her in-ring skills, all in preparation for the return of the Diva's Championship on Smackdown. Called by their fans, The Blonde Bombshells, along with Kelly Kelly, Tiffany will be sure to excite Smackdown's fans.

    No one elicits as much emotion from the WWE Universe as Jillian. Unfortunately it's the wrong kind of emotion as the fans hate to hear Jillian sing. Jillian first appeared as a member of JBL's cabinet, but she soon flourished on her own. Known for her lack of talent on the mic as much as she is for her talent in the ring, Jillian is ready to hit the right notes on Friday Nights. She's a grizzled veteran of the division but is yet to hold gold. Will this new start for the division be the new start Jillian needs to go to the top? Only time will tell.

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    Smackdown
    The Power



    Previously on WWE Legacy:

    *John Cena successfully defended his WWE Championship against CM Punk, but not without some distraction from Samoa Joe. It seems things are far from over for Joe and Punk.

    *Christian announced that he isn’t retiring the ECW Championship after all. Because of CM Punk’s interference in his final defence against Samoa Joe, Christian felt like the belt was tainted and so he will defend it against all challengers to restore it to the prestige it deserves.

    *Natalya made an impressive debut by defeating Kelly Kelly. Kelly put up a great fight, but no one fights out of the sharpshooter.

    *Dustin Rhodes made his Smackdown debut defeating William Regal. It seemed like Rhodes was winning over the WWE Universe, although that was mostly because of their contempt for Regal, who was furious after his loss.

    *Kevin Steen shared his disturbing tale of how he became a wrestler to be continued tonight.

    *Tyson Kidd showed that The Hart Dynasty mean business as he defeated Evan ‘Air’ Bourne. After the match, The Miz and John Morrison let both the Harts and the Champs know that they are still coming for the WWE Tag Team Titles.

    *The tag team division got a huge boost with two new teams: Team Ego: Edge and Chris Jericho and the team of Kane and The Big Show.


    After a new opening package airs, highlighting the new Smackdown roster and the new WWE Champion, Matt Striker and Todd Grisham welcome us to Friday Night Smackdown. They hype a huge main event as Christian is set to defend his ECW Championship against Mark Henry in an Extreme Rules match. They say that this decision was made by our new General Manager who will be addressing the WWE Universe very early on tonight!

    Dustin Rhodes in action

    A cow-bell rings and Dustin Rhodes makes his way through the curtain to new entrance music. He gets a fair reaction from the crowd and seems like a new man with this move to Friday Nights. He’s amped up and ready to go as he marches to the ring and waits for his opponent. He waits for quite a while with no one coming out. Justin Roberts grabs the microphone and announces: ‘Ladies and Gentlemen I have been informed that there is no time to wait, but that it is now time to welcome your new General Manager of Friday Night Smackdown!’ Rhodes looks confused but he soon realises what’s up when William Regal’s music hits and the angry Brit walks out in a suit onto the stage.

    Regal says that the WWE Board of Directors was looking for a man to lead Friday Nights and it was obvious that William Regal was that very man. They needed a man with integrity, character and a strong-will. Regal was that very man. He says that he is going to make Smackdown the greatest brand in Sports Entertainment and that he’s going to do it with strong leadership. He then turns to Rhodes. He says that last week Rhodes thought it was very bloody funny that Regal lost. The fact is that Rhodes couldn’t touch Regal in a proper wrestling match but had to resort to despicable underhanded tactics to win. ‘Well sunshine you’re in for a treat tonight. Last week you had a laugh at my expense and that bloody well won’t happen again. No tonight instead we have a little chuckle at your expense – so please welcome your opponents.’

    Rhodes’ face drops as The Miz and John Morrison come out all smiles. Regal obviously has no problem in using his authority to his advantage as he forces Rhodes into a handicap match. Rhodes launches himself at Miz and Morrison as they enter the ring but he really has no chance. The two men very quickly overpower the one and dominate him. Miz and Morrison are having fun with Rhodes and rip him apart slowly and methodically. The Miz lifts him off the mat and debuts a new finishing mover which Matt Striker explains is called the Skull Crushing Finale. He then drags Rhodes to the corner of the ring where Morrison gets to show off his new finisher a split-legged corkscrew moonsault – which Striker says is called Starship Pain. Morrison pins Rhodes and the two pick up the win, with Regal watching from the stage smiling the whole time.


    Byron Saxton Interviews Natalya

    Saxton: Natalya it seems like The Hart Dynasty are on a role that cannot be stopped. AT ECW Tyson and DH became the number one contenders to the tag team championships and then last week on Smackdown Tyson pinned Evan Bourne while you defeated Kelly Kelly. My question is, are you forgetting about managing the boys as you focus on becoming Diva’s champion?

    Natalya: Absolutely not. Do you the greatest thing about the Harts is? We’re family. We stick together because we have a bond that is so much deeper than any other groups in the WWE. Do I want to be Diva’s Champion? You bet your ass I do, it’s my number one goal here on Smackdown, but you have to remember that girls can multi-task Byron – so I’ll be making sure I look after my boys at the same time.

    Saxton: General Manager William Regal has yet to announce how the Diva’s Champion will be crowned so in the mean time all you can do is go out and impress. Last week you pinned Kelly Kelly, this week Maryse takes on Mickie James. Who do you see making an impact tonight?

    Natalya: You know it’s a hard one. Mickie is undoubtedly one of the best ever and she has done nothing but shine in this company. She’s held gold lots of times before, she has a taste for it and I’m sure she’ll be pretty determined to make history again by holding the Diva’s Championship one last time. On the other hand Maryse has risen up the ranks fast in the WWE. She’s a former Diva’s champion and although she isn’t quite the polished wrestler that Mickie is, she knows her strengths and weaknesses and how to use them to her advantage. It’s a tough one to call but I’m happy to fight either one to show I’m the best.

    Saxton: Thanks for your time Natalya.

    DH Smith vs. Rey Mysterio


    Natalya makes her way to the ring following the commercial break as she and Tyson Kidd accompany DH Smith to his match against Rey Mysterio. A graphic flashes across the screen hyping up The Hart Dynasty getting their tag team championship match next week on Smackdown against Evan Bourne and Rey Mysterio. Both tag teams have great fan support and surely the Harts will have a big advantage as next week’s show comes live from Toronto, Canada. Smith controls the match from the beginning using his considerable size and power advantage to ground Rey Mysterio. Rey tries to wriggle away from Smith but he had brains as well as brawn and manages to keep the pace of the match slow and steady, keeping it to his advantage.

    Rey Mysterio isn’t called The Ultimate Underdog for no reason however, and Smith can’t keep him grounded for long. Eventually Rey manages to kick Smith in the skull, dazing him for long enough to give Rey the breather he needs to catch his bearings. Smith goes after Rey but the master of the 619 starts to reverse Smith’s offence before finally landing some shots of his own. Rey starts to build momentum but Smith cuts it short with a big time lariat. Smith quickly hoists Mysterio up for a running powerslam but as he does Rey reverse it into a victory roll and gets the quick pin-count. Smith and Rey pop up quickly and Smith is shocked as Rey raises in arm, exhausted in victory. Smith shakes his head disappointed as Rey extends his hand. Kidd and Bourne quickly roll into the ring and the two teams are facing off against each other. Rey’s hand is still extended and as Smith reaches out to shake it Bourne and Kidd shake hands as well. These two teams have a great respect for each other but next week it’s all about the gold.


    Backstage

    The camera cuts to the backstage area where Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin are playing Smackdown vs. Raw on the Playstation 3. They’re having a tag team match pitting D-X vs. Cryme Tyme. As they’re laughing about how easy Cryme Tyme are to dominate Shad and JTG walk over. “Oooh, this is awkward,” quips Shelley. JTG tries to laugh it off but Shad suddenly grabs the tv and smashes it to the floor. “You think you’re funny don’t you? You punks think just because you got lucky last week that we’re the joke tag team here on Smackdown? Nah, you get in the ring wit us again and we’ll show y’all who the joke really is,” says Shad. “We don’t think you’re a joke because we beat you last week – relax. No, we think you guys are a joke because you’re dressed like it’s 1994 and out of all the things you steal, you never manage to steal a victory,” Sabin replies. The two teams square up. Alex Shelley then adds, “Now are you going to do something about it or are you going to prove that you really are a joke.” Cryme Tyme crack and they start to brawl with the Guns. The two teams start to fight it out but agents and referees are quick to run over and break them up before things get out of hand.

    Mickie James vs. Maryse


    Maryse comes to the ring looking like she’d rather be anywhere else and letting the fans know that they need to speak to the hand. Matt Striker gets very excited at the prospect of calling a Maryse match calling her his French Fancy. The WWE Universe are definitely much more excited however to see Mickie James who bursts through the curtain as a bundle of energy. She carries her energy from her entrance through to her match and catches Maryse off guard with a flurry of offence. Maryse has to roll out of the ring to escape but Mickie follows her to the outside. Maryse is ready for her and quickly rams her back-first into the announce table. Mickie winces in pain but Maryse doesn’t relent and slams Mickie head first onto the table. Maryse rolls James into the ring and gets a two-count.

    Maryse picks Mickie up and nails her with a face-buster for another two count. Maryse is furious with the ref and gets right into his face, yelling at him in French. The fans boo Maryse and she takes exception to this as well and starts to yell at them in French as well. This gives Mickie time to recover and as Maryse turns around to meet her she goes for a Mick Kick but Maryse ducks in time. Maryse kicks her in the gut and goes for a DDT. Maryse spends too long flicking her hair however and James lifts her up and over with a big back body drop. As Maryse struggle to her feet she is met with a Mick Kick. James quickly makes the cover and wins with the 123. Mickie James has surely put herself into contention for the Diva’s Championship.

    The Champ is Here

    Out next is the WWE Champion – John Cena. Cena comes out to a huge ovation from the WWE Universe and is in great spirits. He briefly addresses the fans saying that after all he’s had to endure from both Dolph Ziggler and JBL it is a relief to be holding the WWE Championship again. He says that he is back where he belongs – holding the belt that proves beyond any doubt that he is the best. Chavo Guerrero comes out next set for a potentially career-changing match. The two start things on the mat and Cena shows that he’s no slouch, outwrestling the Mexican warrior. Chavo tries his best but the champ is the champ for a reason and wastes little time in dominating. He hits the five knuckle shuffle, then the AA followed by the STF – forcing Chavo to submit.


    Introducing...part 2...

    Part 2 of a Sit Down Conversation with Kevin Steen plays next. Like last week, Steen is just sitting on a chair in a darkish room, talking to the camera.
    Spoiler


    Enter Team Ego

    We come back to Smackdown from commercials and Chris Jericho is standing in the ring with his music playing wearing a very sharp suit.

    “Ladies and Gentlemen I’m here to introduce you to my new tag team partner. He has won an incredible thirteen tag team championship and introduced the world to the TLC match in the process. He has been the WCW United States Champion and won the Intercontinental Championship 5 times. He’s a former King of the Ring and a two time holder of the money in the bank briefcase. On top of all of this he has won the World Championship an outstanding nine times. Now, he’s set to be a part of the greatest tag team of all time alongside yours truly. Please welcome – The Ultimate Opportunist, The Rated R Superstar and soon to be WWE Tag Team Champion – EDGE!”

    Edge’s music hits and he makes his way to the ring – ready for action. The fans aren’t very excited to see him but Jericho is and enthusiastically applauds Edge all the way to the ring. Edge’s opponent, Finlay, gets a much better reaction from the fans. Edge is like a man possessed and goes all out to get a win and to impress his new partner. Finlay displays his usual gritty determinism but Edge has something extra – Jericho at ringside. Jericho does everything he can to distract Finlay and it eventually pays off as he distracts Finlay long enough for Edge to hit the spear and pick up the win. Edge and Jericho celebrate after the match – showing that they are as together as a tag team can be.

    Joe’s Gonna Kill You

    Samoa Joe is standing by with a microphone.

    “They, ah, they’ve asked me to address the WWE Universe with regards to CM Punk. You see CM Punk brought me into the WWE and I was grateful for that – but me and CM Punk are two very different people. Am I straight edge? Hell no, and I don’t think that makes me a bad person – in fact I know that doesn’t make me a bad person. And so our relationship, our friendship, it didn’t quite work out. That little punk turned his back on me and left me high and dry. So, I did what I did best and I kicked his ass at Summer Slam – ready to move on. Of course being the bitter and jaded man that he is, Punk couldn’t move on and so he cost me the ECW Title. Now, I get that he didn’t like my – lifestyle – but we had our battle. When he then took it to the next level and cost me the chance to go down in history. Punk, I don’t take too kindly to that. You might think we’re even since I cost you the WWE Title last week but I’m afraid you did more than cost me a title, you made this a whole lot more personal. You embarrassed me and you ruined what was set to be the biggest night of my career. Well Punk guess what – we’re nowhere near even. I am going to humiliate you, I am going to ruin your career and I am going to make you pay. CM Punk – I’m going to freakin’ kill you.

    Bryan Danielson vs. Primo

    Bryan Danielson makes his Smackdown debut up next as he takes on Primo Colon. Primo ended up on the losing end of a bitter feud with his brother Carlito earlier in the year and needs a win to pick up some more momentum. Danielson meanwhile was a part of Paul Heyman’s ‘New Superstar Initiative’ on ECW and consistently impressed. Tonight, Bryan continued that trend as he very quickly picked Primo apart. In a short but entertaining match-up Danielson took little time to gain the upper hand and lock in the Cattle Mutilation for the victory by submission. Surely big things are in store for this young superstar.

    Kane & The Big Show vs. Jimmy Wang & The Hurricane

    More tag team action up next as Kane & The Big Show take on the team of Jimmy Wang and The Hurricane. The Hurricane wore a cowboy hat to show solidarity with his team-mate but that’s as far as their team-work lasted. Kane and The Big Show made it clear that they will be the team to beat in the WWE as Hurricane and Wang got in zero offence. After a few minutes of torture Kane and Show nailed Hurricane with a doube chokelsam for the victory. Whoever wins next week’s tag team title match has a big battle in store in Kane and Big Show are entering the division.

    Backstage

    The camera cuts to commotion backstage where trainers and referees are crowded around a fallen body. The cameraman works his way through the crowd to reveal Samoa Joe, lying unconscious, being attended to by medics.

    ECW Championship: Christian (c) vs. Mark Henry

    Mark Henry makes his way out to the ring next to try and capture Christian’s ECW Championship. Henry was a victim of the Civil War which overshadowed a lot of hard-working superstars. Henry, a former ECW Champion in his own right, is intense and ready to re-launch his career. Christian’s music hits and the fans all jump to their feet. Christian has been called the people’s champion and it seems like that’s a suitable title as he gets one of the best reactions of the night. Christian is wearing a t-shirt and keeps it on for the match – seemingly preparing himself for the extreme rules f this match-up.

    Christian wastes little time in getting things started and goes at Henry with a flurry of offence trying to catch the big man of guard. He uses his speed and agility to disorientate Henry. Mark Henry hasn’t survived this long in the WWE to be beaten that easily however and pretty quickly levels Christian with a clothesline, evening the odds. The match quickly turns to a brawl around the ring-side area. Henry uses the ringside environment to inflict punishment on Christian but the Champ has no problem in using weapons as a equaliser. He grabs a kendo stick and drives it between Henry’s legs before rolling the big man back into the ring.

    Christian climbs to the top rope and launches himself at Henry but the World’s Strongest Man catches Captain Charisma and slams him to the mat for a two count. Henry starts laying the boots into Christian before picking him off the mat. He grabs Christian and lifts him up above his head in a military press. As Henry shows off his incredible strength, Christian shows off his brains as he wriggles backwards and lands on his feet. He quickly grabs Henry and hits a Killswitch into a trash can lid, pinning Mark Henry and successfully defending his ECW Championship. Christian’s aim is to restore prestige to the title and to retire it with its name and legacy intact. Now, after beating Finlay and Henry – Christian is well on his way to showing just how much the ECW Title means. He holds the belt high in the air as Smackdown goes off the air.



    *And there's Smackdown. This one feels a bit rough as I've used a few segments from my Smackdown for the last LEgacy and a few new ones - so I didn't write it all at the same time. I'm also sure people won't like Cena's small role or the proliferation of jobber matches. Rest assured however that they all serve a purpose and with having a seven-show build for the Smackdown pay=per-view - I don't want to give big matches up too often. LEt me know what you think, reviews and comments are always appreciated.

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    Jeff Hardy vs. The Undertaker in a casket match has been added to the card for Bad Blood. After feuding for months with both men picking up big victories it's expected that this is the final match so expect big things. Also announced for the main event of this week's Monday Night Raw: The Hardy Boys reunite to take on The Undertaker and Brian Kendrick.

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    Previously on WWE Legacy:

    *As the month-long implosion of Legacy reached boiling point, with Cody Rhodes winning the World Heavyweight Championship from Ted DiBiase, Stephanie McMahon made a block-buster main event for Bad Blood. Cody defending his championship against both DiBiase and Orton.

    *Another huge main event Steph made was Legacy teaming together one last time against D-X and Mr Kennedy that very night. Things fell apart quickly as Orton and Rhodes started brawling up the aisle, leaving DiBiase to eat the pin. After the match however, the returning Kennedy showed his true colours, attacking DX.

    * Jeff Hardy was adamant in an interview from his home that despite losing to the Undertaker at Summer Slam – he won’t rest until he’s silenced the Dead Man. The Undertaker made his mark later in the night when he attacked Matt Hardy, costing him a match against Brian Kendrick, and challenged Jeff to a casket match at Bad Blood.

    *The Intercontinental Champion Jack Swagger showed exactly why he’s the champion by defeating Santino Marella in stylish fashion. Kofi Kingston also showed how impressive he can be against Paul Burchill. Meanwhile MVP and Dolph Ziggler tangled, but a frustrated Ziggler got himself counted out.

    *Lay-Cool showed that they aim to be the top Diva’s on Raw – with or without a title to aim for – and made a statement by attacking the Bella Twins.




    Raw
    Team Extreme Reunited


    You Better Get Ready...

    Monday Night Raw kicks off with a bang as the newly reunited D-Generation X come out for tag team action. They come out throwing pairs of glow sticks into the crowd who are keyed up to see them. Cole and King mention that another tag team reunites tonight as The Hardy Boyz take on The Undertaker and Brian Kendrick in the main event. Two men not so keen to see them are their opponents – Carlito and Paul Burchill – both of whom show no respect towards DX. It’s a shame they didn’t because it cost them dearly as DX showed them that there is plenty of fight left in the old dogs. Triple H and Shawn Michaels work so well together and although Carlito and Burchill did plenty to try and thwart their attack, they show that they are still the top team they’ve always been. They pick up the win following a Sweet Chin Music into a pedigree on Paul Burchill.

    After the match they continue to rally up the fans by doing their usual routine on the mic. When Shawn says ‘And if you’re not down with that we’ve got two words for ya!’ Triple H interrupts him. He points out how last week they were interrupted by Mr. Kennedy who joined in with his own two words. At first he thought it was kinda neat but when Kennedy proceeded to hit them both with low blows and mic checks – he quickly changed his mind. They told Kennedy that they admire his resolve but not his methods. DX know a thing or two about making an impact so to try and make an impact by taking them out is never going to work. They say that he better watch his back because when he least expects it, they’ll show him what you really need to do to leave you mark.

    A Fortunate Son?



    Following the commercial break Ted DiBiase comes to the ring. Again, he looks dishevelled and disinterested. He is wearing sweat pants and a t-shirt and has stubble on his face. The positive reaction that used be so strong for him is slowly fading and he’s met with a mixture of cheers, jeers and apathy. He looks like a defeated man as he picks up a microphone to address the WWE Universe.

    “You know it’s crazy just how much can change in such a short time. A matter of weeks ago I would come out to this ring and it would be electric. You could feel the excitement in the air. There was a real sense that I was ready to move forward, to defeat Randy Orton and to be the face the WWE. And then at Summer Slam I did it. I became the Undisputed WWE Champion and it was amazing. I remember so well walking around ringside and embracing the fans in attendance. It wasn’t like I did it, it was like we did it. It was as if it was something we achieved together and that you were genuinely delighted to be along for the ride with me. And then...well in one night all of that changed. I unfairly had to defend both the World Heavyweight Championship and the WWE Championship in one night and I lost both. I was devastated, hell I still am. Everything that I was building towards and working towards for months was gone in one night.

    I did have hope. I had something that kept me going, I had something that made me think – you know what, this is gonna be ok. I had the fans. I had the support that was more than paying customers showing their appreciation but I had fans that I embraced like they were family. Or at least – I thought I did. I showed up to Monday Night Raw last week and I was bummed out – I was freaking depressed. And when I came through that curtain and walked down to this very ring I wasn’t surrounded in that embrace that I expected. I wasn’t greeted like an old friend. No, instead some people booed. Some people cheered. Some people, and this is the biggest slap in the face, some people did nothing at all. And it crushed me. I then went to the main event where yet again I ate a pin-fall and lost and was I supported and encouraged? Hell no, I was ignored while you all moved on, fawning over DX and Ken Kennedy.

    I’ve been called the Fortunate Son in the past because I was born into a wrestling family with great wealth and opportunities. People call that fortunate but I call that a curse. Why? Because all of your expectations are so damn high that I can never meet them. It doesn’t matter how hard I try or what I do, all it takes is one mistake and you’re all on my back. I walked out here tonight and I’ve never heard a less enthusiastic reaction to someone who only weeks ago was WWE Champion. And so I don’t really know where I go from here. I do know that I need to do one crucial thing – I need to come to my senses and realise that I don’t do this to please you. I don’t do this for the cheers or the adulation. For a while there I did and when you cheered me it was great but then like the fickle spoiled consumers you are you turned on me. Well now I’m turning my back on you. Instead I’m placing my focus on something that doesn’t change. I need to do this for something that cannot let me down. I need to do this, to wrestle for one aim – recapturing the World Heavyweight Championship. As long as I hold that belt I and the top man in this business and nothing you do or anyone else can change that. So at Bad Blood you can boo me, you can cheer me or you can sit on your hands. I am going to be satisfied not by an audience reaction but by having my hand raised and being declared champion!”


    The fans reaction to this is no longer one of neutrality but they see Ted for the selfish man that he has become and let him know their disapproval. The very quickly start to cheer as Randy Orton’s music hits and he walks to the ring – his eyes focused on DiBiase. Not everyone cheers for The Viper as they still find him hard to trust but the majority are glad that anybody is interrupting DiBiase’s rant. Orton slithers into the ring and looks DiBiase right in the eye. He takes the mic from his hand and the fans buzz in anticipation of what he’s going to say. Orton just gives DiBiase an evil grin before ramming the microphone into his skull. DiBiase stumbles backwards clutching his head and Randy grabs him, driving him headfirst into the mat with a thunderous RKO. The crowd love this and let Orton know. He says nothing but retreats back up the aisle – message sent.

    Dolph Ziggler vs. Chris Masters

    Chris Masters comes out next for a match with Dolph Ziggler. Ziggler has had a great year but was flustered last week by MVP and gave Porter the win via count-out. He has a lot to prove tonight as there are doubts about whether he has the ability to continue with momentum after such an emphatic few months. Just before Masters and Ziggler lock up, MVP’s music hits and the Ballin’ Superstar comes out to join Cole and King on commentary. He says that he wasn’t happy to win by count-out and has asked Stephanie to put him and Ziggler in match at Bad Blood where he can prove that he can beat Dolph. Ziggler seemed put off by MVP’s presence which allowed Masters to get the upper hand in the beginning stages of the match.

    Throughout the match both men work on the head, neck and shoulders of their opponents as they both try and end it with their finishing submissions: a sleeper for Ziggler and the Masterlock for Chris Masters. Masters has been missing from the WWE for a while now but he wrestles like a new man pouring 100% into all he does – really impressing the fans. Ziggler, however, has a point to prove and eventually manages to get the sleeper hold locked in. Once it’s in, there’s no getting out and it’s game over for Masters no matter how hard he struggled. Ziggler stares at MVP as he has the hold locked in until Masters passes out. Dolph Ziggler showed that he is still a force to be reckoned with and that MVP has a fight in store at Bad Blood.

    Michelle McCool vs. Nikki Bella

    Michelle McCool and Layla come down to the ring together laughing and joking; very cocky and assured. They made it clear last week that despite the Diva’s Championship being exclusively on Smackdown, that they will be the dominant Diva’s on Raw. Layla rubs McCool’s shoulders and mocks getting hyped up for her ‘big match.’ The Bella’s music hits and the tempting twins smoulder down the aisle, interacting with the fans on their way. It’s Nikki that gets to do battle tonight and she wastes little time in going at it with McCool. The match starts off fast-paced with Nikki trying to frustrate McCool with some of her explosive offence taking her down with head-scissors and arm-drags. McCool very quickly rolls to the outside where Laycool gives her a drink of water and assures her that she has this one in the bag. When McCool gets back in she does start to dominate and show why she is considered one of the best female athletes in wrestling today. She eventually wears Nikki down and hits her with the Faith-Breaker. She only gets a two-count however as Nikki gets her foot under the bottom rope, breaking the count. Michelle starts to argue with the referee but as she does Brie Bella rolls her sister out of the ring and rolls in her place. McCool didn’t notice and is got off guard by a roll-up from Brie for the three-count. Lay-Cool are fuming but the Bella’s quickly retreat up the aisle having got revenge for last week. It seems Lay-Cool’s dominance has gotten off to a shaky start.

    Mic Check

    The lights in the arena dim and a spotlight shines on the stage. Mr. Kennedy’s music starts to play and he bursts into the spotlight wearing jeans and a black shirt with his arms out-stretched. He has his usual cocky smirk on his face and is chewing his gum incessantly. The fans don’t receive him well but he doesn’t care. The spotlight follows him as he swaggers to the ring. When he gets in he stands in the centre, spotlight on and stretches out his arm. His custom mic drops from the ceiling straight into his hand:

    “Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls...children of all ages – I am proud to introduce to you the man who brought the mighty D-Generation X to their knees, the man who sent a shockwave around the entire WWE Universe and the man who after being on the shelf for months is ready to show exactly what he’s made of...MIIIIISTERRRRRR...KENNEDYYYYY!!!...

    ...KENNEDYYYY!!!!

    Now before you all get your hopes up thinking that DX are gonna come out here with their glow-sticks attached to their Zimmer frames and kick my ass, I know for a fact that they have left the building. They gotta get an early night – their age is catching up with them. So I’m afraid there’s no Triple H and there’s no Shawn Michaels – you’re stuck with me. You all thought that JBL changed things – well guess what – the real game changer is back and I’m starting by taking out the two most respected guys on the roster. Shawn Michaels and Triple H have done it all in this business – but I’m going to take their reputation, I’m going to take their accolades and I’m making them my own. WWE Universe get ready for Mr Kennedy – the greatest thing to happen to pro wrestling period. I’m here not to imitate but to dominate and DX, I’m starting with you. You’re telling me to watch my back? Well guys I hate to break it to ya, but these beedy little eyes won’t be off you two until I had gotten rid of you from the WWE. And if you’re not down with that, I’ve got two words for ya...

    MIIIISSSTERRRRRRR KENNEDYYYYYY!!!...


    KENNEDY!!!”


    Number One Contender’s Match for IC Title
    Kofi Kingston vs. Zack Ryder vs. Santino Marella


    Jack Swagger comes down to the ring in his sharpest suit to joining Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler for commentary so that he can get a closer look at the man he’ll defend his Intercontinental Championship against at Bad Blood. Swagger seems dismissive of all three men and spends the entire match listing his accomplishments. Cole and King make sure to point out the accomplishments of all three competitors. Kingston and Marella have held gold in the past and Ryder is one of the fastest rising young superstars on the roster.

    Ryder and Kingston start things off and Santino casually watches on the sidelines. He tries to interject but thinks again and tip-toes into the corner. Kingston and Ryder notice this and throw him out of the ring. The match continues with Ryder and Kingston going all out to get the win for a shot at the gold. Santino keeps trying to interject himself but one of the other two kicks him out of the ring. Eventually he slams the announce table in frustration and goes in all guns blazing. A Trouble in Paradise followed by a Zack Attack rules him out for good. Kingston and Ryder run a close contest but one mistake from Ryder is enough for Kofi to hit a Trouble in Paradise for the victory and a shot at Swagger’s Championship. Swagger stands up at the announce table seemingly unfazed by Kingston’s victory. Kofi motions that he’s coming for the belt and Swagger just confidently holds the championship in the air.

    Cody Rhodes in action

    The World Heavyweight Champion Cody Rhodes comes out next and he is the polar opposite of Ted DiBiase earlier in the night. Rhodes is perfectly groomed and has a huge smile on his face accompanying the big gold belt around his waist. His smile only broadens when he sees his opponent for the night – loveable loser, Eugene. Eugene tries to shake Cody’s hand but is met with a slap in the face instead. The fans make sure Cody know that they do not appreciate his arrogance. The fans reaction makes little difference to Rhodes as he scientifically dissects Eugene in the ring, very quickly wearing him down. It takes little effort for him to get Eugene set up for the Cross-Rhodes - a move which gives the champ the win. Cody celebrates afterwards as if he won the World Title all over again and forces the referee to strap the belt around his waist. The fans boos again quickly turn to cheers when they notice that Randy Orton has snuck through the crowd and into the ring. He taps Rhodes on the shoulder who then turns around right into a huge RKO. For the second time tonight Randy has laid waste to one of his Bad Blood opponents. He retreats up the aisle, grin on his face and the fans starting to appreciate him more and more.

    The Undertaker & Brian Kendrick vs. The Hardy Boyz

    The Undertaker makes his way to the ring first for this huge tag team main event. He slowly makes his way to the ring, booed heavily by the fans who once cherished him. When Brian Kendrick’s music hits The Dead Man just appears bemused. Kendrick comes out to the ring wearing a black leather sleeveless jacket with tiger print trim. Yeah. He’s wearing sunglasses and more stumbles to the ring than struts. He slides in and weaves his arm like a snake towards The Undertaker – holding it out for a hand shake. Undertaker just stares at Kendrick not amused – Kendrick shrugs his shoulders and plonks himself in the corner of the ring.

    The arena buzzes with excitement as the WWE Universe awaits the Hardy Boyz. The roof lifts as the fans erupt upon hearing the familiar sound of Team Extreme’s entrance music. Matt and Jeff Hardy burst through the curtain with an immense enthusiasm hyped up for the match. Jeff especially seems ready to kick some ass. He sprints down the aisle with Matt following. Jeff slides into the ring and he and the Undertaker automatically go at it. The crowd are hot as Jeff and Taker exchange a flurry of lefts and rights in the ring. The ref, Matt and Kendrick eventually separate the two allowing the match to get started.

    Matt sends Jeff to the apron as he prepares to start things off with The Undertaker. Matt slaps the Undertaker in the face, pretty angry himself at Taker’s attack last week. This only further angers Big Evil and he responds with a huge uppercut sending Hardy to his back. Undertaker quickly tags Brian Kendrick, happy to let him do the work in this one. Kendrick runs into the ring and starts stomping on Matt maniacally. He seems genuinely excited to be kicking one of the Hardy Boys and bounces off the ring ropes before dropping Hardy in the face. He holds out his arms and waves his hands as if welcoming praise from the fans.

    The fans start cheering and Kendrick gets excited but he soon realises that its not because of ihm. Jeff got tired of waiting to get his hands on the Undertaker and moved to the middle of the ramp. He motions for Taker to come and take a shot and The Undertaker is only too happy to oblige. Hardy and Taker start brawling up the aisle again as referees and officials come running out to separate them. A recovering Matt Hardy and Brian Kendrick have stopped fighting and start watching from the ring instead. Matt tries to get out of the ring to help and separate the brawl but Kendrick grabs him by the hair as he tries to climb through the ropes. He drags Hardy quickly into the ring by the hair and drives his head into the mat with a Twist of Fate. Kendrick covers Hardy and gets the quick win.

    Kendrick celebrates as if he’s won the superbowl but the attention all quickly moves back to Jeff and the Undertaker. The get rid of everyone who gets in their way as they are so intent on harming each other. King and Cole call this one of the most heated rivalries in the history of the WWE as Raw runs out of time and goes off the air.



    BaD BlOOD

    World Heavyweight Championship
    Legacy finally implodes

    Cody Rhodes (c) vs. Ted DiBiase vs. Randy Orton

    Casket Match
    The Undertaker vs. Jeff Hardy

    MVP vs. Dolph Ziggler

    Intercontinental Championship
    Jack Swagger (c) vs. Kofi Kingston


    *Some stuff in this I really like and some stuff I'm not so sure about. Eitherway, Bad Blood's taking shape and I think everything on the show has a real purpose which is always an aim. As always all reviews and comments are greatly appreciated.**



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    It's been a long time since I last reviewed you, PB. In fact, I think it was when you were doing the fed with the pictures. I've always steered clear of Legacy, because it was WWE, but both you and Will have done enough in it now that it probably will be a lot different from the real deal, so I'm ready to give it a shot.

    Of course, props are due for the recap. I think you did a better job than most people do, actually. It wasn't just an 'last week'... it was more of a 'here's what's been happening recently' which was very much needed.

    Can't stand anything DX these days. Their family friendly gimmick has actually managed to dampen their past, which is a shame because they were awesome. Stuff like glowsticks make me wretch. I'd like to see some better formatting for matches. Title, result, etc. I think you're going for a recap like that which you'd see on the official website, but it already doesn't feel like I'm actually viewing/reading a show. It feels like I'm reading the results.

    I really, really like this character direction you're going for DiBiase. I'll be honest with you: I've never thought he's worth a damn. Out of Legacy, he was always the odd man out. Cody had a very unique face, while Ted was just average in every way. Now he's got that Million $ belt and it's just reliving the old days. But you've got a guy who, to my understanding, was the biggest name in your fed. He lost his championships and the fans felt apathetic to him afterwards. You've got a chance to really get inside his head; what he's feeling. He can speak from the heart and, like when The Rock turned heel, you've got this bittersweet opportunity to turn him heel, which obviously you are. Their were flashes of greatness in that promo, especially this line: "It wasn't like I did it, it was like we did it." That's such a powerful line. It tells me that he was beloved and he supported his fans as much as they supported him. What stopped this from reaching it's potential was the way it was presented. Instead of giving us the fan reaction, describing how Ted looked and moved when was cutting his promo, it was just bunched together. I wanted to feel it, but I couldn't. As for Orton, well... it was a really poor decision, IMO. Randy came out and squashed him. The promo instantly became an afterthought.

    For some reason, I've recently gained an appreciation for Chris Masters. He still bores me both in the ring and on the microphone, while looking and sounding unimpressive... but that Masterlock is really believeable. Ziggler is still one of those 'new guys' that has yet to show me anything, but clearly he was the right man to go over. It makes a pleasant change to see a rival come to the commentary booth and not interfere.

    Like pretty much everyone else here in fan fiction, I don't care about the divas. I really don't care about them. If you had the more serious female wrestlers I might at least be able to pretend for a show or two, but at the end of the day... nothing.

    I... I... wow. PB, your Mr. Kennedy segment was REALLY good. You're awesome at writing his promos and you've actually made me look forward to the next time I read one of his segments. Every line he had caught that arrogant charisma. I mean it was short, but you made it count.

    Can't really comment on the IC title segment, as it was what it was. Nothing bad, just nothing happened that I could comment on. I did like Santino being like the annoying, little kid who keeps interrupting while his brothers are doing 'big kid' things, though. You managed to work his character into the match, so I cared more about it than I usually would have.

    Didn't expect to see Cody as the champion. I really like the guy and would personally like to put him in a big storyline, but champion is something I can't picture him as yet. Especially not with his 'dashing' personality. Squashed Eugene, but then Orton kinda makes the entire segment about him. Like with DiBiase, I felt the rest was forgotten as soon as Randy appeared. It's not the squash that I mind, because you can make almost anything work if you do it right, but I think the problem here is that it's so quick. Orton emerges... boom, RKO. Maybe Cody could get a couple of licks in first; perhaps Rhodes can get tipped off by the audience for the slow turn... and is hit with the RKO. Whatever it needed, it was missing.

    I hope you recap why Undertaker is a heel now, just for my benefit. <3 Main event seemed very much about storyline progression, which I'm not complaining about. 'Taker/Jeff was shown to be a very heated rivalry, Kendrick is a crazy guy who... I'm guessing is obsessed with the Hardyz? That sounds cool if it's right. And then there's Matt, who... is just there. There to take the pinfall, which is EXACTLY how I think he should be used.

    At the end of the day, it was about what I expected. I don't like your style, namely the complete summary, the segment headlines and the fact that it doesn't read like a show, so much as a website recap. But things like Ted DiBiase's very real and genuine reason for turning against the fans, peaking my interest with Kendrick and of course Mr. Kennedy's lines made me feel general favor for your show. It was still very much a WWE fed for me which will always make me feel a certain level of negativity towards it, but hey - it's your fed, and I'm happy to tune in for the next episode.

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    System’s Semantics


    RAW:

    - Nice, fan of the recaps as its easier for casual readers and the like to know whats been happening in the fed.
    - Haha, did the fic Legacy last longer than the actual stable?
    - Beating Santino Marella impressive?
    - Cool, you have a Diva’s division.

    ----

    - This seems like its easy to follow thus far, I’m guessing the emphasis is going to be on storylines and the like rather than match writing.
    - Hope your Kennedy is well written,as a fued with DX could be quite entertaining.

    Dibaise:

    - at first I was thinking, ‘oh, a Dibaise promo’ (because I’m not a fan) but it really caught my attention when you wrote that he was dressed like shit.
    - Whoa, that was a brilliant promo. First of all it made me interested in a wrestler I normally don’t like, it gots it point across rather well and built up for Bad Blood. Very interested to see where you take this.
    - Meh, typical face come back. Nothing un necessary.

    McCool Vs Bella:

    - Haha, I love Laycool..especially Layla’s voice. So good to see you’ve carried over their antics into this fed.
    - Decent match there, nothing fancy as it didn’t need to be. Saw the Bella trick coming, seems like a heelish thing to do, but I can’t see the Bella’s playing Heels very well.

    Mr. Kennedy:

    - Haha, good promo as I had expected it would be earlier. Would have been cool if you made not of Kennedy’s constant gum chewing (and used a lot of exclamation marks). So glad you didn’t do the “Oh they have left the building, ZOMG no they haven’t!”.

    3 way:


    - Though I’m guilty of doing it myself, if Swagger runs in I will cry.
    - I know Santino’s a comedy character, but he ruined this match. Sounded like you had intended it to be Ryder/Kofi then had to throw Santino in last min because he is linked to a storyline you are building so you just threw him in. Odd match.

    Rhodes:

    - Squash that served its purpose, and built the story. Enough said.

    UT/BK Vs Hardyz.

    - Wow, Kendrick and Taker is a very interesting team. I like that you have made the ME a lot longer, and by the looks of things is a worthwhile read.
    - “He (Jeff) sprints down the ramp…with Matt following” Cracked me up for the obvious reason.
    - Huh? Taker only gives him one punch then lets Kendrick do the honours. I’d expect a further beatdown from Taker as he ‘doesn’t forgive, doesn’t forget’ and all that.
    - I expected a descent into madness, but a crap finish (like a DQ) so it was nice to see a quick win taking place.

    Overall:

    - Very good show, ticked all in the boxes in terms of promoting your show and had me intrigued as to where storylines were going throughout. Matches weren’t the best, but that isn’t the emphasis in these fic (at least in regular shows) by the looks of things so that’s fine. Only major problem I had was with the IC #1 match, other than that a great show.
    Keep it up.
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    Previously on WWE Legacy:

    *John Cena, after struggling with both Dolph Ziggler and Team JBL over the past few months, has been like a new man on Smackdown. First he captured the WWE Title from Ted DiBiase on the All-Star Raw and he’s been on a roll ever since, defeating everyone in his way. Last week, however, newcomer Kevin Steen let the whole word know his intention on Smackdown in another chilling interview: To annihilate John Cena.

    *ECW Champion Christian is slowly but surely showing the entire WWE Universe just how much that championship means to him as he defeated both Finlay and now Mark Henry with the belt on the line. Who will challenge the champ tonight?

    * Last week William Regal was revealed as the new General Manager of Smackdown and he didn’t waste any time in abusing his power. He put Dustin Rhodes, who defeated Regal the week before, in a handicap match against The Miz and John Morrison. Will Rhodes look for revenge and how will Regal repay the Miz and Morrison for their assistance?

    *The tag team division is only heating up. Tonight’s huge main event sees Champions Evan Bourne and Rey Mysterio defend against the Hart Dynasty, but whoever comes out as the champ needs to watch their backs. The Motor City Machine Guns, Cryme Tyme, Miz and Morrison, Team Ego (Edge and Jericho) and Kane & The Big Show are all impressing and looking to make their mark on the division.

    *Samoa Joe said that CM Punk made a huge mistake when he didn’t accept his Summer Slam loss like a man, because now, Joe is on a mission to take Punk out. IT was Samoa Joe who was taken out however as he was found later that night unconscious by officials.

    *The Diva’s on Smackdown are looking to show that they are just as good as the men – and Mickie James showed how good she is by defeating Maryse in stylish fashion last week. Natalya meanwhile, made it clear that winning the Diva’s Title is every bit as important to her as The Harts winning the tag gold.






    Smackdown
    You Scratch My Back...



    Bryan Danielson vs. Hurricane Helms


    Smackdown starts off with what it does best – fast-paced, hard-hitting action. The ever popular Hurricane Helms comes down the aisle first with the fans firmly behind him. Out next is the not so popular Bryan Danielson. Danielson was a part of Paul Heyman’s New Superstar Initiative on ECW and focused less on winning the WWE Universes approval and more on winning matches – by whatever means necessary.

    The two start things off slowly, looking to get a feel for each other, having never faced off before. They soon start exchanging some hard kicks – seeing who can kick the other hardest. Danielson quickly loses patience and delivers a big forearm to Helm’s face before sending him flying across the ring with an exploder suplex. Helms shows just how much experience he has and holds his own against the younger Danielson. Being able to counter plenty of his holds and throws. He struggles to find a counter for the Cattle Mutilation and becomes yet another victim of Danielson’s signature submission move – tapping out and given Bryan the win. Danielson beats his chest after the win and walks over Helms lifeless body on his way out of the ring. It’s surely only a matter of time before bigger things are in store for Bryan Danielson.

    Introducing...

    We now go to the final part of Kevin Steen’s three-part interview introducing him to the WWE Universe. A quick re-cap plays of the first two interviews plays first:
    My name is Kevin Steen and I have been a professional wrestler for 11 years now... I grew up in Quebec, Canada and well I never really fit in... that bear in many ways quickly became my best friend. Maybe even my only friend for the longest time... . I spent hours alone in my room, imitating my heroes... When I was 14 and had watched Mick Foley fall off the Hell in a Cell, I would dive off my wardrobe or off a tree onto Teddy, just to feel the rush of being like my hero. My Mom never noticed. She was usually drunk with her boyfriend... I went to the only refuge I had – I went to wrestling...I was running away from home and I was becoming a wrestler... I vowed from that moment on that I would make it in this business – that I would be a wrestler...

    Can you guess who I would root for? It sure as hell wasn’t Hulk freakin’ Hogan... I was never going to be the golden boy... I was always the outcast, always the freak... I just wanted to wrestle, I wanted to fight people, I wanted to...hurt people... Over my eleven years in this business as long as I kept this in sight I could hold on. Stand up for the freaks. Take out the golden boy. Translated...Annihilate John Cena.
    We go to the same dimly lit room that these interviews have taken place in and Steen is sitting in his usual chair holding a John Cena wrist-band.

    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 while I...well I’m only just arriving here in the WWE. Now, I know what people are thinking – that’s just sour grapes. John Cena has worked damn hard to get to where he is today and John Cena is a damn fine athlete. But in saying that you’re implying that I haven’t worked hard or that I’m not a fine athlete. Cena talks about Hustle, Loyalty and Respect as if that’s what got him here in the WWE. That’s a total pile of crap. I have worked harder and wrestled better matches than John Cena could even dream of. I’ve travelled around the world putting my body on the line while he travels around the world going to premieres and press conferences. When I was sleeping in my car he was sleeping in the Hilton and why? Simply because he’s the golden boy.

    John Cena is not better than me. John Cena does not work harder than me and John Cena doesn’t deserve his spot more than me. And so every night when only a handful of fans turned up or when I got myself injured I just reminded myself that I was going to make it into the WWE and when I did my aim would be simple. Get on the same show as Cena, make my intentions clear and annihilate John Cena. Because he’s hah his turn – it’s my turn now. It’s Kevin Steen’s time to shine.

    John, if you’re watching, I’m tired of talking, and I’m ready for action.
    Steen slams the wristband onto the floor and storms out of the room as we go to break.



    Kevin Steen vs. William Powell


    After hearing all about Steen’s road to the WWE for the past few weeks the WWE Universe finally gets to see him in action as he takes on local talent William Powell. Powell, who looks like he could do with both a tan and a visit to the gym, never had a chance. Steen bulldozes through him as soon as the bell rings with a huge lariat, almost knocking Powell out cold. He scrapes his body off the mat and sends it crashing back down with a side-walk slam. Steen drags Powell’s body to the corner of the ring and blows his snot onto Powell, showing his complete disrespect. He climbs to the top rope, surprising the fans in attendance and crushes Powell’s ribs with an incredibly agile moonsault for a man of his size. As Steen lies on the mat after the move, the camera is zoomed tight onto his face. He reaches out and grabs the camera and says ‘John Cena, this is for you.’ He pulls Powell into the centre of the ring and locks in the Sharpshooter. Powell doesn’t even get the chance to tap out as he passes out almost instantly from the pain giving Steen his first impressive victory in the WWE.

    The General Manager’s Office


    The camera turns to the General Manager’s office where William Regal is talking with the Miz and John Morrison. Regal assures them that he is very grateful for their assistance last week and that he has found a way to reward them sufficiently. As he dismisses them there’s a knock at the door and in walk Natalya and Mickie James. They say that Regal has been working hard at his job but he’s entirely ignoring the Diva’s Division – he’s yet to even crown a champion. Regal seems like he couldn’t care less and tries his best to get rid of the girls. They persist however and Regal relents saying that since they’ve both won matches since Summer Slam then they can face off for the Diva’s Championship next week. They say that he may not care now, but that they’re going to give Regal a match to care about next week.

    The Ayatollah


    Edge’s music hits and the Rated ‘R’ Superstar makes his way to the ring wearing jeans with a chain and a new ‘Team Ego’ shirt.

    Edge pauses, waiting for the boos to die down before grabbing a microphone.

    “Ladies and Gentlemen I’m here to introduce the other half of Team Ego. He is a 4 time WCW Cruiserweight Champion and a former Television Champion in both WCW and ECW. He has had huge success around the world including big victories in Mexico and Japan. He is a two-time slammy award winner and has held both the Hardcore and European Championships. He has held 4 tag team championships with superstars such as Christian and The Rock and has won more Intercontinental Championships than any other superstar with a record nine reigns. In 2001 he defeated Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock in the same night to become the first ever WWE Undisputed Champion of the world and in total has held 5 World Titles. Now, he’s set to be a part of the greatest, most decorated tag team of all time with moi. Please welcome the man who is the best in the world at what he does, the Ayatollah of...tag team wrestling – Chris Jericho!!!”

    The fans start booing again as Jericho comes through the curtain wearing his trunks and a team ego shirt. Edge and Jericho shake hands as Jericho waits for his opponent.

    Chris Jericho vs. JTG


    JTG comes out to face Jericho with Shad by his side. Cryme Tyme have crossed paths with the Motor City Machine Guns as of late but a win here for JTG will propel them higher up the tag team ladder on Smackdown. JTG has an explosive energy in the ring and flusters Jericho initially. Jericho is focused however and knows exactly what he’s doing. He lures JTG into a false sense of security before hitting him with an enziguri, gaining control. Jericho toys with JTG for a while before locking in the Walls of Jericho, forcing JTG to tap out. Team EGO seem to be a force to be reckoned with and it’s surely only a matter of time before they’re challenging for the gold.

    ECW Championship: Christian vs. Alex Shelley


    Christian comes out to a huge ovation as he is set to defend his ECW Championship – once again in an extreme rules match-up. Christian is showing what a fighting champion he is determined to be, defending the championship for the fourth time in three weeks. His opponent also comes out to a good reaction – Alex Shelley of the Motor City Machine Guns. Sabin comes out with him on the stage but after a handshake heads to the back, letting Shelley try and beat Christian on his own. The two guys have a great match, starting in the ring with lots of back-and-forth chain wrestling. Christian more than holds his own, showing just how versatile a wrestler he is. The fans are behind every move and follow in eager expectation of what’s going to happen next. Eventually the action spills to the outside and the two brawl around the ringside area. Shelley places a trash-can over Christian’s head and delivers some devastating kicks to the can, before rolling him in for a two-count. The finish comes quickly. Shelley has Christian in the corner ready to hit him with the Sliced Bread #2 but as he runs up the turnbuckle to flip over Christian breaks free and Shelley crashes onto his back. Shelley gets to his feet and is met with a kick to the gut, followed by the Killswitch. One mistake and Christian capitalised, winning the match and keeping his championship.

    The Champ is Here


    John Cena ‘s music hits and The Champ raises the roof as he comes out to the ring to address the fans. Cena is back on top of Smackdown as WWE Champion and has looked strong in every match he’s had so far.

    “The Champ is HERE!!! Man, it is so good to be here in Dayton Ohio as your WWE Champion! These past few months have been among the toughest of my life. First I had to fight off The seven foot Big Show. Then Dolph Ziggler made a name for himself at my expense. After all of that I and the rest of The Union had to band together to take down JBL. It means so much to me to know that I had you guys right there behind me so thank you. A few weeks ago on Raw all of that was worth it as I took my place back where I belonged...as your WWE Champion.

    Now...enough of the past, let’s move on to business. You see as the WWE Champion I have a huge target on my back and so I want to make it clear that I am willing to put this on the line against anyone. CM Punk made it clear that he is after this championship, and hell, if Samoa Joe hadn’t interfered a few weeks ago we might have a very different champ standing here tonight. Samoa Joe was screwed out the ECW Championship and will probably want a shot himself. Christian is proving to be a fighting champion in his own right. Chris Jericho, Edge, The Big Show, Kane, Rey Mysterio, hell even guys like Chavo Guerrero and Kevin Steen all have this title as their main aim. You all heard Steen earlier right? His aim is to annihilate John Cena. Well if he does that than he deserves to call himself WWE Champion. Now-“

    Cena is cut off by Kevin Steen’s music and the aggressive Steen makes his way down to the ring. He focuses his gaze on Cena the entire time and he’s still in his ring gear. Cena has a smile on his face and seems entirely unfazed by the newcomer. Steen gets into the ring and squares up with Cena who suddenly turns serious realising that Steen isn’t taking this moment lightly. Cena backs off and asks Steen to take it easy – we’re all friends here. He starts welcoming Steen to the WWE but Steen snatches the mic from his hand.

    “You’re...no friend of mine John Cena.”

    Steen then smashes the microphone into Cena’s head and the two start to brawl. Cena gets the upper hand and throws Steen into the corner. He charges at him but Steen gets his boot up into Cena’s face before grabbing him and quickly hitting a super kick. Cena falls to the mat and Steen pounces pounding away at the WWE Champion with vicious lefts and rights. Cena tries to get his hands up to defend himself but Steen is like a man possessed and won’t relent, furiously pounding away at Cena’s head. He’s foaming at the mouth and just stares at Cena as Cena starts to fade. Steen gets to his feet and removes the cover from the turnbuckle. He grabs Cena and drags his body off the mat. He holds Cena by the head and drives his skull into the exposed turnbuckle, causing a little trickle of blood to appear on Cena’s forehead. As Cena collapses in the corner a physician on the outside tries to clean Cena’s cut but Steen kicks at him to get him away. He goes to the outside and grabs himself a steel chair. He brings it into the ring and places it underneath John Cena’s back. Steen climbs to the top rope and leaps off with a moonsault, crushing Cena’s ribs with his body and driving his back into the steel at the same time. Officials try to get into the ring but Steen swings the chair at them like a mad man. He drags Cena’ limp body to the middle of the ring and locks in The Sharpshooter. Cena is unconscious so it has no affect other than to send a message loud and clear. Kevin Steen is here and he’s here to annihilate John Cena. Officials eventually get into the ring and manage to get Steen to back off.


    Be careful what you wish for...


    Dustin Rhodes comes out to the ring next not looking too happy. The fans have definitely embrace him on his new home on Friday Nights – the same couldn’t be said for our General Manager. As he walks down the aisle a video recap plays of both his victory over Regal and his handicap loss last week to the Miz and John Morrison. Rhodes is in his ring gear and seems ready to go as he grabs the mic.

    “Willy Regal you yellow-bellied bastard – if you think sending two guys out here to do your work is impressive well it ain’t. You showed last week that you’re nothing but a coward because you know that I’ve got your number. So why don’t you get out from behind your little desk and walk down this aisle and dance with me one more time – because Willy I’m dying to kick your ass!”

    William Regal’s music hits and the autocratic Brit walks out onto the stage with a mic in his hand and a smirk on his face.

    “You know Dustin I thought we’d be hearing from you tonight. But do you seriously think that I’m going to lower myself to getting back into the ring with you? I am a man of class and distinction and you – well you’re just a ruddy peasant like all of these people here tonight. I do however have an opponent for you. He’s the newest superstar here on Friday Night Smackdown and I’m very excited to see how he fares against you. I believe in this superstar so much that I am hand-picking him for greatness. I know, that he will be a future champion here in the WWE. Like me, he’s a man of class, prestige and respect and that’s mostly because he’s not from these god-forsaken united states but instead he’s from Her Majesty’s United Kingdom. Please welcome, from Glasgow Scotland – Drew McIntyre!”

    Dustin Rhodes vs. Drew McIntyre w/William Regal


    A new Superstar walks through the curtain with a sly smirk on his face. He’s wearing white trunks with a blue cross on either side – showing his Scottish heritage. McIntyre shakes hands with William Regal before the General Manager accompanies this new Superstar to the ring. Matt Striker says that he has been following Drew McIntyre’s progress before he made it here to the WWE and it was always clear that he was a cut above the rest. He points out that McIntyre, like Regal, is a really smart competitor who in particular uses the whole ring to his advantage. The fans boo McIntyre due to his association with Regal. Rhodes seems disappointed to not get his hands on Regal but still looks determined to kick someone’s ass.

    Rhodes takes the fight straight to McIntyre and gives the young superstar a rough welcome to the WWE. Rhodes is like a man on fire, showing that there is plenty of fight left in the old dog in his twilight years. McIntyre gets flustered and rolls out of the ring to regroup. Regal gives him some advice and sends him back into the ring. Rhodes is back on the offence and throws McIntyre into the corner of the ring. He runs at McIntyre but Drew gets his boot up into Rhodes face. McIntyre gets himself together and hits Rhodes with a lariat to the back of the head for a two count. McIntyre starts to gain momentum and controls the match. Regal barks orders from ringside as McIntyre tries to wear Rhodes down. McIntyre eventually makes a mistake, taking too long to capitalise and allows Rhodes enough time to recover and surprise McIntyre with a stiff lariat of his own. Rhodes only gets a two count but the momentum is certainly in his favour. Regal, sensing danger, climbs onto the ring apron and starts arguing with the referee. McIntyre releases this is his chance and nails Rhodes with a low blow. McIntyre gets to his feet, hooks Rhodes arms and drives his head into the mat with what he calls the ‘Future Shock DDT.’ McIntyre covers Rhodes and gets the win.

    William Regal is delighted to see his newest superstar win on his debut, especially against Dustin Rhodes. He raises Drew McIntyre’s arm as the announcers hype Drew McIntyre as perhaps William Regal’s chosen superstar. The victory wasn’t enough for Regal however and he gives McIntyre more orders. McIntyre slides out of the ring and returns with a steel chair. Regal places the chair on the mat and orders McIntyre to pick Rhodes up. Drew drags Rhodes off the mat, hooks the arms again and DDT’s him right onto the chair. McIntyre slinks into the corner as Regal stands in the ring, soaking up the boos with his foot rested on Rhodes head.

    Straight Edge Success Story


    CM Punk’s music hits and the Straight Edge Saviour comes to the ring surrounded by boos from the fans. It doesn’t matter who else is one the show, no-one is more hated by the WWE Universe than CM Punk. He’s wearing jeans and his new shirt along with a new short hair-style. He grabs a microphone to address the WWE Universe:

    “Do you like my new hair cut? I was reading my Bible the other night like a good little boy and before I cast it aside I was struck by a certain character called Samson. Samson was just like all of you weak, narrow-minded dependant people. He was an addict. Samson was addicted to alcohol and to sex and that led to his ultimate demise. You see Samson was meant to follow God and do his will but Samson couldn’t because Samson was a very weak man. Samson got tricked by a prostitute who used both his addiction to sex and alcohol to gain leverage. Samson was pathetic just like all of you. Now, the thing about Samson was, the key to his incredible strength was his hair and with drunken slur he let this slip to Delilah who cut his hair while he was sleeping. Samson lost his strength and was captured by God’s enemies.
    I am better than all of you and I am better than Samson. I’m not an addict and I’m not a weak individual. I have no crutches and nothing holding me back and so even though I have cut my hair – I am still the most formidable force in the WWE. (Punk grins as the fans quite vocally disagree.) Do you not believe me? Well have a look at this!”

    A video plays of the referees and EMT’s finding Samoa Joe unconscious backstage last week from a different angle. The camera zooms out to show CM Punk standing around the corner watching and smiling as Joe is put on a stretcher and led to an ambulance. We cut back to the ring where Punk is pointing at the screen and laughing hysterically while the fans grow more and more incensed.

    “Oh man, that was awesome! Did you see just how poor and helpless and defeated Samoa Joe looked? What was it Joe said last week, that he’s gonna kill me? My ass! Samoa Joe is now lying in a hospital bed because of me! You see Joe you thought that you’re little fluke victory at Summer Slam would shut me up well I’m sorry but nothing can silence me and my message. I brought you into the WWE and took you under my wing and how did you repay me? -By getting suspended due to a violation of the wellness policy. Of course I was gonna be p*ss*ed off. Being straight edge isn’t a character I play to get these people to hate me Joe it is my way of life. It is a way of life for those of us who are smart enough and strong enough to realise that a life without alcohol, without drugs and without addictions is the best way to achieve success. You spat in my face when you violated that wellness policy and you made me a laughing stock well Samoa Joe the joke is one you because whereas you are lying the hospital I am now well on my way to becoming WWE Champion!”

    Punk is cut off when William Regal appears on the screen:

    “Punk, Punk. I must admit it would be rather hypocritical of me to reprimand you for your actions against Samoa Joe last week so I won’t. I will however say that you didn’t quite get the job done. You see in just over a month Smackdown is having its first Brand-Exclusive pay-per-view of the year and the Board of Directors have decided they want it to be headlined by a huge main event match. I saw your match with Joe at Summer Slam and I saw how it bloody-well stole the show and I thought a re-match is what I want. I have talked to Samoa Joe’s doctors and they are certain that he will be fit and able to compete. So let me announce Smackdown’s next pay-per-view: Joe/Punk II”



    The fans cheer as they realise Samoa Joe will get his chance at revenge and Punk just smiles in the ring.

    “You people might be cheering now, but I guarantee that at Joe/Punk II you will be devastated. Samoa Joe I’m Gonna Kill You. And it’s simply because I am better than you.”


    WWE Tag Team Championship: Evan Bourne & Rey Mysterio vs. The Hart Dynasty


    Up next is the main event of the evening as the WWE Tag Team Champions, Evan Bourne and Rey Mysterio, defend against The Hart Dynasty. Bourne and Mysterio showed some healthy competition on ECW, putting on a great series of matches before deciding to form a team instead of fighting each other. They joined TEAM ECW against JBL before setting their sights on the gold. Eventually the defeated The Miz and John Morrison becoming only the second team to be Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions. The Hart Dynasty are relative newcomers to the WWE and made a good impression on ECW. They had one of the hottest rivalries over the past year with the Burchill Foundation of William Regal and Paul Burchill, with Natalya and Katie Lea tangling often as well. On the final ever episode of ECW they defeated Burchill and Regal one last time to become the number one contenders.

    Both teams are fan favourites and they all exchange hand-shakes before the match. Tyson Kidd and Evan Bourne start things off and the action is fast and furious. Both men are going to be bright futures in the WWE and they get to showcase just how talented they are. They go back and forth with lots of holds and reversals, stunning the live crowd with just how fast they can move. Eventually Bourne realises this is going nowhere and kicks Kidd as hard as he can in the back. Kidd falls to his knees but rolls out of the way of a second. He hits a quick drop toe hold on Bourne and as Bourne gets to his feet Kidd hits him with a huge kick of his own to the back. Kidd bounces off the ropes and when Bourne gets to his feet he’s met with a running enziguri which gets Kidd a two count before he tags in DH Smith.

    Smith brings the power to the match and gets into the ring quickly to wear down Bourne. Smith slows the pace of the match right down allowing the Hart Dynasty to take control of the match. They make frequent tags and isolate Bourne from Rey. One mistake is all it takes to change things however and when Bourne reverse Smith sidewalk slam into an arm drag, Bourne has just enough time to make the hot tag to Rey Mysterio. Rey comes in all guns blazing and takes Smith down with a dropkick. Kidd gets sent flying to the outside as Rey knocks him off the apron with a dropkick off the apron. Rey turns around and WHAM is met with a huge lariat from Smith. Smith covers Rey and gets a two count. Smith screams, raising his fist in the air, getting a good cheer from the fans. He lifts Rey up and backs into the corner getting ready to hit his running powerslam. He backs into the wrong corner however and Bourne is able to get the blind tag on Rey. Unaware, Smith hits the huge running powerslam on Rey and goes for the pin. When the ref doesn’t count he gets to his feet and turns around. He’s met with a diving double knee drop from Bourne off the top rope and Evan gets a two count. Bourne climbs to the top rope again and leaps off trying to hit a hurricanrana but Smith stands firm and reverses it into a powerbomb. He tags Kidd before hoisting Bourne up in the air. Kidd bounds off the ropes and they take Bourne down with the Hart Attack. Smith goes after Rey as Kidd pins Bourne. 123 – we have new Tag Team Champions!!!

    ...And I’ll Scratch Yours


    Natalya rushes into the ring with the belts as Kidd and Smith celebrate a huge victory in a great main event match-up. All three members of the Hart Dynasty are overjoyed at getting their first ever tag team championship together in the WWE. Their moment is quickly cut short, however, as William Regal appears on the titatron.

    “Congratulations to The Hart Dynasty, what a great moment for you and a great match – well done. Unfortunately I’m going to be the bearer of bad news. You see The Miz and John Morrison did me a favour last week and so I owe them a favour. I told them they could have a tag team title shot at any time and well...they’ve decided to cash in on that shot...now. So get ready, you’re defending those belts again...right now.”

    The Harts look absolutely devastated as John Morrison and The Miz start to make their way to the ring. The WWE Universe are in complete shock and even the referee seems weary as The Miz orders him to ring the bell. The Harts put up a great fight but they are completely exhausted. The Miz yanks Smith off the apron and they brawl on the outside while Morrison hits a Moonlight Drive on Kidd. He drags him to the corner and hits Starship Pain. On the outside The Miz hits his skull-crushing finale on Smith. Morrison covers Kidd, hooking both legs, and gains a three-count. For the second time tonight we have new WWE Tag Team Champions.

    The fans are livid that the show has ended like this and make their feelings clear, really booing Miz and Morrison. Morrison and Miz quickly grab their belts and retreat up the ramp as Natalya checks on the fallen Harts. After such a hard-fought match The Harts just weren’t ready to fight again and as a result they were caught offside – they never had a chance. The show goes off the air with Miz and Morrison standing on the stage with the belts raised high in the air.


    **Glad to get this show out. Took me longer than any other show so far. My main feuds for Smackdown are all kicking off now so hopefully this will start to get as exciting as Raw. I love writing CM Punk so I'm interested in seeing what people thought of his latest promo and the fact I'm going for Punk/Joe II. Reviews and comments are always appreciated.**

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    First off, let me say that I've just been introduced to Team Ego and I fucking LOVE IT. Such a great heel team. Kind of reminds me of The Power Trip a little, only this will probably be written better.

    I'm a big fan of recaps at the start of a show. I try to do mine a little different though, in the sense that I do a sort of highlight reel, much like they do on wrestling nowadays. Only difference is my highlight reel includes everyone and not just what's happening in the main event. I do like your point form version though. It makes it a little easier to read and after seeing you and a couple others do it, I might adopt it as well. It looks easier to write (ie: you don't have to worry about flow or imagery, just facts).

    I have no idea who Kevin Steen is but now I only want to see him and him only. I hope he rapes John Cena in the mouth. I'll be watching and rooting for him in the future after that squash (which was executed very nicely, btw).

    Love the Team Ego t-shirt too. Visuals = win in my book. You can never have to many as long as they're executed nicely.

    I skimmed the backstage stuff and then just ignored it once I saw the word "Diva". Nothing against you, I'm just not a fan of women's wrestling at the WWE level. It just doesn't do it for me and I have yet to see anyone here write something interesting with any diva character. They're eye candy and should stay at ringside (see: Miss Elizabeth).

    I like Drew McIntyre w/ William Regal. I'm thinking of doing something similar with Seamus and Fit Finlay, but that will be down the road somewhere. I don't have any plans any time soon with them where I'm going.

    Your CM Punk promo was good. Not great, but good. I'm not sure how I'll feel about him until I see a little more with this feud between him and Joe.

    Your main event was fun and I was happy to see the Hart Dynasty win...until you SCREWED THEM! Well done overall though. I like William Regal in his role, but Miz and Morrison? I guess. I'm biased though because I never liked them as a team. I don't know why. When they came out and won I was just like "Oh, ok, sure."

    Overall: 8.0

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    Good show PB! I'm interested to see where you go with the ECW title since the company itself is defunct.

    Steen beating the shit out of Cena was great and a tag title match in the main event.. great to see that its a way of pushing the titles and the division.

    I think 3 segments for Steen may have been overboard... I know you want to get this moving so I wont fault you too much, but maybe if they were more spread out.

    Like I said geat show PB, I'm loving your fed keep it going!!!!

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    Laying the Smackdown!!!
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    Ok, so I have absolutely loved Smackdown since its relaunch after Summer Slam. The Civil War was a huge storyline which was always going to be hard to follow up but in my opinion Smackdown has really delivered by going back to basics. Look at the main event each week. The first week was John Cena defending his WWE Championship against CM Punk. We had a chance to see just how important the WWE Championship was and just how hungry both men were to hold that belt. It was shaping up to be a classic and although it had a screwy finish with Samoa Joe interfering, the championship itself was the real winner.

    The next week the ECW Championship was on the line as Christian defended against MArk Henry. I've been quite vocal about how underutilised Henry has been over the past few months and he showed just how good he can be in this great match. Christian is on a quest to make the ECW Title important and matches like this will go a long way in achieving this. Another main event and another title match.

    Last week we had one of the best tag team matches I've seen in recent times between Bourne and Mysterio and The Harts - fantastic match. The WWE Title was always going to main event, the ECW Title has main evented before, but to see the Tag Titles in the main event was a treat. I'm still not sure what to make of the Miz/Morrison favour/cash-in, seemed a tad cheap, but the belts looked like something worth coveting and looked damn important.

    The Smackdown guys are getting it so right. After such a huge storyline they're making the titles and the wrestling priority to remind everyone what the bread and butter of this company is. That doesn't mean they're doing it perfectly.



    This week the scheduled title match is Mickie James vs. Natalya for the newly reinstated Diva's Championship and it's come out of no where. James and Natalya both put on great matches in the first and second weeks after Summer Slam but the division desperately needs a kick-start. I think a huge statement of intent from the WWE would be to make this match the Main Event on Friday. Don't make these girls an after-thought, make them just as integral as the guys - they deserve it. I hope I'm wrong and they have more planned than having this just to get the belt on someone but I don't expect much.

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    We can exclusively reveal that a huge Main Event has been signed for Raw this Monday Night as World Heavyweight Champion Cody Rhodes faces off against Ted DiBiase in a non-title match-up as a preview to the triple threat match at Bad Blood. Rhodes and DiBiase have faced off in some classic matches over the past few months and this should be no excpetion. On top of this Mr. Kennedy will challenge 'DX' and Jack Swagger, Kofi Kingston and MVP will all be in action.

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    Previously on WWE Legacy:

    * D-Generation X showed they still have what it takes to get things done when they defeated the team of Carlito and Paul Burchill, two of Raw’s best young talents. They sent a message loud and clear to Mr Kennedy, who ambushed them the week before, there’s plenty of fight left in the old dogs yet. After DX left the arena, Kennedy arrived to let the fans know that now that he is back on Raw, he is taking no prisoners and he will make an example out of whoever he can, starting with DX.

    * Ted DiBiase explained how he’s been feeling as of late going from the huge high of winning the undisputed championship at Summer Slam to losing it all the next night on Raw. The fans didn’t seem too impressed by his whining attitude however and neither did Randy Orton who snuck in after his speech nailing DiBiase with an RKO. World Heavyweight Champion Cody Rhodes showed just how good he is in the ring when he defeated Eugene in very quick fashion. He too fell victim to an RKO, however, after the match from Orton. These three superstars will finally meet in a Triple Threat Match for the World Heavyweight Championship at Bad Blood where the implosion of Legacy will reach its climax.

    * In a huge main event tag team match The Hardy Boyz reunited to face The Undertaker and Brian Kendrick. Jeff and the dead man seemed very uninterested in their tag team partners, however, and it wasn’t long before they were ignoring the match-up and going at it on the outside. Brian Kendrick takes advantage of the situation and defeats Matt Hardy but the focus quickly moves back to the brawling Jeff and Undertaker who will do final battle at Bad Blood in a casket match.

    *We crowned a number on contender to the Intercontinental Championship as Kofi Kingston defeated Zack Ryder and Santino Marella in a triple threat match. Jack Swagger was on commentary for the match and although he said he wasn’t worried about Kingston his body language said otherwise. At Bad Blood these two young superstars will face off for the coveted championship.

    * Dolph Ziggler and MVP have become tangled in a heated rivalry over the past few weeks and will do battle at Bad Blood to see who the better man truly is. Last week Ziggler showed how powerful he is when he defeated Chris Masters with the sleeper hold as MVP looked on from the commentary booth.

    * Team LayCool hit a road bump to their road to being the top diva’s on Raw as Michelle McCool was outsmarted by the Bella’s. McCool faced off against Nikki but just when it looked like she had the match wrapped up, the Bella’s played switcheroo and Brie took Nikki’s place behind the refs back, rolling Michelle up for the pin fall.





    Raw
    It’s A New Day!


    Randy Orton vs. Zack Ryder

    This week’s Raw kicks off with ‘The Viper’ Randy Orton making his way to the ring for action. Surprisingly he gets a great reaction from the fans in attendance. It seems that they’d rather cheer Orton than a whining DiBiase or a cowardly Rhodes despite his dastardly actions in the past. Orton hasn’t changed any, he walks confidently to the ring, knowing that he has a great chance of winning the World Heavyweight Championship in two weeks time at Bad Blood. The fans aren’t quite as excited to greet his opponent ‘Long Island Iced Z’ Zack Ryder. He looks ridiculous with his one-pant tights and his see-through ring jacket.

    Orton doesn’t seem impressed by Ryder and as soon as he gets into the ring, the viper strikes. He lays into Ryder with the fans cheering his every move. He rips his jacket off and wraps it around his throat, choking him until the referee forces him off. Ryder backs into the corner, gasping for breath while the referee gives Orton a warning. Orton rolls his eyes and charges at Ryder, trying to kick him in the face. Ryder ducks out of the way and Orton ends up kicking the ring post instead hurting his leg. Ryder quickly capitalises taking Orton down with a chop-block. Ryder sees what a huge opportunity he has here and starts stomping on Orton’s leg trying to capitalise. He grabs Orton and locks in a single leg Boston Crab. Orton is in pain but fights through it. HE drags himself to the bottom rope forcing Ryder to break the hold. The ref pulls Ryder off of Orton but the Zack Attack seems like his in his comfort zone. Orton stumbles to his feet and Ryder runs at him. Orton catches Ryder and takes him down with a scoop slam. Ryder rolls to the apron to try and escape but Orton won’t let him. He grabs Ryder and drags him through the ropes. Ryder’s legs get stuck on the second rope so Orton drives his head to the mat with a DDT. Orton falls to the mat, stalking Ryder, ready to strike. As Ryder gets to his feet Orton follows him and nails him with an RKO. 123, Orton gets an impressive win.

    The End of a Legacy

    Randy Orton celebrates by grabbing a microphone and addressing the WWE Universe:

    “You know it’s very bizarre to have a few cheers coming out here. You’d think that after all of the heinous acts I’ve committed you people would hate me more than ever. Of course the reality is that when you compare me to Rhodes and DiBiase, it’s hard not to cheer for the one man with a spine. Regardless, I’m not here to win cheers and I’m not here to win fans, I’m here to be World Heavyweight Champion. I made Legacy. I made the careers of Rhodes and DiBiase. Without me, they would never have become the main event stars they are today. At Bad Blood I fully intend to crush their dreams, to send them back to where they belong and to walk out...as champion. You see they will walk out here and complain and moan and play mind games and try to get one up on each other. Me? I’ll just walk into Bad Blood, RKO one and kick the other in the skull. Guaranteed. In two weeks at Bad Blood I bring this entire saga to its forgone conclusion when I end Legacy once and for all showing that I am the man who held the WWE together and that I am the man who deserves to be World Heavyweight Champion.”

    King and Cole hype up tonight’s main event of Cody Rhodes vs. Ted DiBiase in a non title match as well as Mr. Kennedy promising to call out D-Generation X! Jerry Lawler points out that DX are promoting the WWE overseas, so Kennedy had picked a great time to challenge them.

    Real Talk!!!

    The mood in the arena instantly turns sour as LayCool’s music hits and the two divas make their way down to the ring. They look in foul moods and aren’t their usual smug selves.

    McCool: Lay, can you believe that these people are booing us? I mean seriously guys – you should be on our sides!

    Layla: I know, right? I thought whenever one Diva cheated to win, these people cheered for whoever was victimised!

    McCool: Oh and you’re damn right we’re victims here.

    LayCool: Yeah, we’re the victims!

    McCool: And so we are out here tonight, officially protesting.

    LayCool: We’re protesting!

    McCool: Last week, those Bella’s Chins cheated last week, pulling the old switcheroo, meaning that I, Michelle McCool was cheated out of a victory!

    Layla: She was cheated!

    McCool: That’s right Lay. So Stephanie McMahon, we know you’re threatened by us, and we know that you’re intimidated by us. We’re younger

    Layla: We’re younger!

    McCool: We’re hotter

    Layla: We’re hotter!

    McCool: And hey, some of us even married better!

    Layla: So Steph, we know why you want to hold us back, but we won’t allow it. No, we’re out here on official protest and we will not leave this ring until you reverse the decision of Michelle’s match last week!

    The fans are sick of LayCool on Raw and it’s only their third week! They start to really boo but the two girls just stand in the ring with their fingers in their ears ignoring them. Eventually the fans start cheering as Stephanie McMahon appears on the screen.

    McMahon: Girls, first of all as a woman in power there is nothing I want more than for the smart, sexy and powerful Diva’s of the WWE to succeed, soothe last thing you should be doing is questioning my motives. Secondly, I’m pretty sure that you two have won your fair share of matches without strictly adhering to the rules. I’m sorry but the referee’s decision is final. I do, however, see where you are coming from and so I’m willing to meet you half way. At Bad Blood I’m making a match. It’ll be Team LayCool taking on The Bella Twins and I’ll be making sure the twins are wearing different colours. Happy now? So now you’ve got two options – either get out of my ring, or get trampled, cause we’ve a tag team match starting...oh right about now.


    Jack Swagger & Paul Burchill vs. Kofi Kingston & Santino

    Paul Burchill’s music hits and The Ripper comes out onto the stage rubbing his hands and staring at LayCool. The girls don’t really know what to do but as Burchill comes down the ramp they quickly make their exit, avoiding the angry Brit. The mood in the arena only gets worse as the music of all-American American, Jack Swagger, hits and the fans let the Intercontinental Champion know they aren’t pleased to see him. Kofi Kingston and Santino Marella get completely the opposite reaction as they come out together to the number one contender’s music with the fans entirely behind them.

    Santino and Burchill start things off and Santino shows a lot more prowess in the ring than he did last week, dazing Burchill with a flurry of offence. The Ripper knows what he’s doing, however, and quickly cuts off Santino’s momentum with a vicious back-breaker. Burchill knows he has struggled to impress so far on Raw and uses this opportunity to lay into Marella. He tags in Swagger who also wears the Italian down. Burchill and Swagger grab control of the match and do not let go. They make quick tags, brutally punishing Santino. Eventually Kingston has seen enough and breaks the rules, coming into the ring and nailing Burchill with a Trouble In Paradise. The ref forces Kofi back to the apron but his job was done. Both legal men, Burchill and Santino, begin to crawl to their partners and they make the tags.
    Kingston comes running in like a bull in a china shop and instantly takes Swagger down with a drop kick. The All-American American doesn’t know what’s hit him and bails to the outside to gather himself. Santino has just enough energy to throw the Intercontinental Champion back into the ring where he is met with a Trouble in Paradise. 123!!! Kofi Kingston has pinned the Intercontinental Champion on the road to Bad Blood. Will Kingston’s momentum carry on to the pay-per-view as he tries to take Swagger’s Intercontinental Championship?

    Jeff Hardy vs. Carlito

    When we come back from the commercial break Carlito is standing in the ring, ready for action. Jeff Hardy’s music hits and the fans go wild for the Charismatic Enigma. Jeff bursts through the curtain but has little time for pomp or pageantry as he sprints to the ring to take out his frustration at The Undertaker on his opponent tonight. Hardy slides into the ring and takes Carlito down with a Lou Thez press and starts pounding on the Caribbean superstar. The ref pulls him off and as Carlito gets to his feet Jeff takes him down with a swinging neck-breaker. Jeff rips off his shirt and throws it into the crowd. He grabs Carlito by the head and levels him with a Twist of Fate. Jeff climbs to the top rope and nails a picture perfect Swanton Bomb for the win. Jeff heads straight to the back after the match. Michael Cole suggest that Jeff is so totally consumed by defeating The Undertaker that he cannot think of anything else.

    The Elder Brother

    After the match we go backstage where Matt Hardy is watching the Jeff leave the arena. He turns to face the camera.

    “You know, when Jeff and I were growing up in North Carolina, our dream was to be tag team champions together. We trained ourselves how to wrestle and we did everything we could to fulfil our dreams. We really did it. We won an incredible seven tag team championships together and I really think we’ll go down in history as one of the best tag teams of all time. However, as we grew beyond the tag team division it became clear that we both wanted more. Again we did really well. Jeff won the Intercontinental Championship and the Hardcore Championship amongst others. I won the United States Title and the Cruiserweight Championship, amongst others – and it seemed only a matter of time before we had World Gold around our waists. I got there first when I won the ECW World Championship. It was one of the proudest moments of my life and a moment I will never forget. Jeff did one better though when he won the WWE Championship. When Jeff won that WWE Title he proved to all of the WWE Universe that he was truly the best in the world.

    Then...it was all taken away from him and it has resulted in this bitter rivalry between him and The Undertaker. Now, I feel like I barely know my little brother any more. I feel like he’s slipping away from reality and towards insanity. He is totally consumed by defeating the Undertaker once and for all that it is all he can talk or think about. At Bad Blood my little brother is facing The Undertaker in a casket match. This is the final battle, this is as far as it can go. On that same pay-per-view I’m facing Brian Kendrick, Stephanie McMahon just told me. I want to go to Bad Blood and beat Brian Kendrick and propel myself back into title contention but my reality is that I stand to lose much more than a match at Bad Blood. I know what The Undertaker is capable of and I know that at Bad Blood...I could lose my little brother.”

    MVP vs. ‘Solid’ Mike Davis

    MVP makes his way to the ring next to a great ovation from the WWE Universe. MVP consistently one of the best reactions from the crowd and he is pumped as he faces local talent in preparation for his match against Dolph Ziggler at Bad Blood. As MVP makes his entrance a pre-recorded interview with Ziggler plays in the top corner of the screen where Ziggler says that the only reason he walked out on his match with MVP two weeks ago was that MVP didn’t deserve to be in the same ring as Dolph Ziggler. Since Stephanie McMahon is forcing to face this ‘convict’ at Bad Blood, he’s going to do what the justice system should have down and put MVP to sleep. MVP shows just how good he is by making light work of Solid Mike Davis. He hits a huge kick in the corner followed by the Ballin’ elbow, before finishing him off with the 305 for the pin. Ziggler cannot afford to take Porter lightly if he wants to walk out of Bad Blood victorious.

    Dead Man Walking...

    We cut to a funeral parlour where The Undertaker is waiting to address Jeff Hardy:

    “Jeff Hardy – I used to admire your guts. I used to think you’re never say die attitude was what set you apart. Our history goes back further than this year Jeff. Do you remember our Ladder Match for the Undisputed Championship?



    Up to that point that was the biggest match of your career. You had the chance to win it all and you just fell short. But what impressed me was that after the match you wouldn’t lie down. You never say die and that night I respected you for that. Over the past few months I’ve realised that this attitude, this bravado, it isn’t what makes you great – it’s your biggest weakness. I have proven time and time again Jeff Hardy that I am the better man. At Summer Slam I destroyed you in the Cell. Yet you won’t lie down, you won’t give up – what a mistake. At Bad Blood Jeff Hardy I will not give you the opportunity to stand up against me any longer. I will not give you the option of fighting back. Hardy at Bad Blood I’m putting you in a casket where you will Rest...In...Peace.”

    ...The Man With A Plan

    We then cut straight to the backstage area of the arena where Brian Kendrick is waiting to get his two cents in:

    “A wise man once said that some people can’t see a priest on a mountain of sugar. At the minute everyone is scrambling around fussing over The Undertaker and those damn Hardy Boys but while they’re doing that they’re missing the whole point. That’s me by the way. You see I didn’t go to all that trouble with Shawn Michaels just to fade back into the background. I don’t think so. I am a man with a plan and that plan starts at Bad Blood. Matt Hardy is so sorely distracted worrying about poor ickle Jeffrey that he is taking his eyes off of me. That will be his fatal mistake. At Bad Blood we’re gonna have a little hardcore match, just for kicks, and I will show the entire world what I am capable of. Matt said earlier he was worried about losing his little brother at Bad Blood – with my plan, he won’t be conscious to see the outcome of Jeff’s match.”

    Mr Kennedy vs. DX?

    MIIIIISSSSSSTEERRRRRRRRR...KENNEDYYYYY!!!!

    Ken Kennedy’s music hits and the cocky loud-mouth bursts through the curtain wearing a DX Shirt, cap and holding the glow-sticks. He slowing swaggers to the middle of the stage, chomping away at his gum and holds the glow sticks in an ‘X’ above his head before pretending to throw them to the crowd, but making sure they fall short of the audience. He mocks HBK, half-dancing down the aisle. He takes his cap off and places it on a camera-man’s head. He climbs to the apron and spits his gum into the air, mocking Triple H. He gets into the ring, rips off the shirt and pretends to wipe his ass with it before throwing it to the ground. He gets a packet of gum out from his tights and starts chewing again as he grabs a mic.

    ‘Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages – Mr Kennedy is proud to bring to you the most charismatic athlete to grace a WWE Ring, weighing in at 243lbs, from Greenbaaaay Wisconsin...MR KENNEDY...KENNEDY!!! And folks, I am out here tonight, to any member of D-X to a match. I don’t care if it’s HBK and I don’t care if it’s Triple H – I’m here to make an impact and I’m going to do it right!’

    Michael Cole and King reiterate on commentary that both members of DX are away promoting the WWE overseas and will not show up. Kennedy knows this.

    ‘What’s this? Are the great D-Generation –X really so terrified of a challenge that they aren’t going to come out here? I’m only one man DX! Surely you’re not that scared of me? How about this then, if one of you come out here and fight me tonight, then you can both get me at Bad Blood! You see I know what I’m doing DX. I have a man backing me that is ready to take you on as well – wo we can have ourselves a tag team match at Bad Blood if you just come out here now and face me. Anyone?’

    BREAK IT DOWN!!!

    Spoiler

    Cody Rhodes vs. Ted DiBiase


    Finally comes the main event of the evening as the World Heavyweight Champion Cody Rhodes takes on his former Legacy team mate Ted DiBiase. The crowd aren’t sure who to cheer for as both men have fallen out of favour with the WWE Universe. They’re quickly given an option, however, as Randy Orton’s music hits and The Viper comes down to ringside for commentary. Ted is wrestling in track bottoms instead of tights and is unshaven. Cody on the other hand is perfectly groomed and has black and gold trunks on. They lock up and the match is underway.

    Ted shows an aggressive side that we’ve yet to see from him and controls the early stages of the match-up. Cody has been training hard, however, and it doesn’t take long for him to fight back. This match isn’t pretty as both men hate each other and eventually is spills to the outside. On commentary Orton says he is more than happy for these two to beat the hell out of each other as long as they’re doing damage. Cody grabs Ted and slams his head on the announce table at which point Randy stands up, ready to fight. Cody grabs Ted and throws him onto the table and Ted’s momentum carries him straight into Orton. The Viper has had enough and he joins the mêlée and the referee has no choice but to throw this one out.

    All three men are going at it now and officials start to head down the ramp. Orton kicks Rhodes in the stomach and hits an RKO on the outside. He then clears the announce table, the fans cheering his every move. As officials approach him he knocks them out of the way. DiBiase goes for him but again Orton kicks him in the gut. He grabs DiBiase and power-bombs him through the announce table!!! At Bad Blood these three will finally get their hands on each other and the winner will walk out World Heavyweight Champion.









    BaD BlOOD

    World Heavyweight Championship
    Legacy finally implodes

    Cody Rhodes (c) vs. Ted DiBiase vs. Randy Orton

    Casket Match
    The Undertaker vs. Jeff Hardy

    DX (Triple H & Shawn Michaels) vs. Mr. Kennedy & ???

    Hardcore Match
    Brian Kendrick vs. Matt Hardy

    MVP vs. Dolph Ziggler

    Intercontinental Championship
    Jack Swagger (c) vs. Kofi Kingston

    Team LayCool vs. The Bellas




    ** And we’re done. Just one more Raw before Bad Blood, can’t wait to write a ppv. I think this show set up the ppv well but wasn’t the best show quality wise. As always, reviews and comments are appreciated. **

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