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    World Wrestling Entertainment Chairman Shane Mcmahon has announced that it will return for a third exciting season of SUPERAW.

    The third season which will feature the return of several established superstars including Triple H, Sting, Chris Benoit and Kurt Angle as well as several rising stars including Edge, Randy Orton, John Cena, Samoa Joe and Rob Van Dam.

    Shane McMahon has promised that the third season of SUPERAW will be completley different from anything in the previous first two years.

    The company has been built around a vision, and a plan that we have stuck to in the last two years. The first season was built around getting back the fan base that we had lost during our legal battles. We needed guys like Hart, HBK, Rock and Austin to get back the fans that we had lost during that time frame, although we knew that these aging superstars could not be around forever. Which is why we built the second season as a "Changing of the Guard" giving the guys that have helped us rebuild a proper farewell, a last hurrah while at the same time building and shaping a new vision for the company based around the young talent that we were able to acquire.

    This season, will be all about that young talent, guys like Rock and Austin have given them the ball, and its make or break time, these guys have to show something, show that they are capable of not only taking that ball, but running with it. That will be what this season is all about.
    To promote the return to North America for a third season, World Wrestling Entertainment will be broadcasting two exciting programs, the first a Best of 2005 will feature the top 10 most memorable matches from 2005, while the Top 10 Stories of 2005 will focus on the top 10 moments from the previous year.

    The WWE season, which was implemented in 2004, starts in January, preparing for the annual Royal Rumble pay per view and runs until August, where the season ends at the 2nd biggest pay per view of the year, Summerslam. The biggest pay per view of the year, Wrestlemania, which takes place in late March, earned over 1.5 million buyrates last year, the most successful pay per view event in history.

    However the third season will go on without the legendary and loved Eddie Guerrero, who tragically passed away in November.

    It was a terrible day when we learned of Eddie Guerrero's passing, it was during a road show in Minneapolis, Minnesota and we nearly cancelled the show, but we knew that was not what Eddie wanted, and so the show went on.

    We wanted to determine the best way to honor him, many suggestions were brought up, he was already scheduled to be a huge part of this upcoming year, and it was suggested that someone else fill the void. However we decided that no one could fill the shoes of Eddie Guerrero, and we felt it inhuman to profit off the death of someone who meant so much to us, so we have decided that the second show of the 2006 season will be a special Night of Tribute, just one night for friends and co-workers alike, to honor his memories. All profits from this event, will be given directly to Eddie Guerrero's family.

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    Shane McMahon
    Please hold the OMG this is so awesome, until I have finished the Top 10 Moments of 2005, and then by all means, you can stroke my e-ego

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    World Heavyweight Champion
    Brock Lesnar

    - Brock Lesnar defeated Chris Benoit, Kurt Angle, Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels and Triple H in an Elimination Chamber Match to win the World Heavyweight Championship (Judgment Day 2005)
    - Chris Benoit defeated Chris Jericho to win the World Heavyweight Championship (Wrestlemania 2005)
    - Chris Jericho defeated The Rock to win the World Heavyweight Championship (Wrestlemania 2004)
    - The Rock defeated Stone Cold Steve Austin to win the vacant World Heavyweight Championship (Royal Rumble 2004)

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    WWE Intercontinental Champion
    Samoa Joe

    - Samoa Joe defeated Rob Van Dam to win the WWE Intercontinental Championship. (Vengeance 2005)
    - Rob Van Dam defeated Eddie Guerrero to win the WWE Intercontinental Championship. (Judgment Day 2005)
    - Eddie Guerrero defeated Booker T to win the WWE Intercontinental Championship. (Judgment Day 2004)
    - Booker T defeated Chris Benoit to win the WWE Intercontinental Championship. (Wrestlemania 2004)
    - Chris Benoit defeated Rob Van Dam to win the WWE Intercontinental Championship. (Royal Rumble 2004)
    - Rob Van Dam won a Battle Royal to win the vacant WWE Intercontinental Championship (Genesis, 12/29/03)
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    WWE Tag Team Champions
    America's Most Wanted

    - America's Most Wanted defeated Generation Next, World's Greatest Tag Team, Christopher Daniels & Shane Helms in a TLC Match to win the WWE Tag Team Championship (Summerslam 2005)
    - Generation Next defeated World's Greatest Tag Team to win the WWE Tag Team Championship (Judgment Day 2005)
    - World's Greatest Tag Team defeated Edge & Kurt Angle to win the WWE Tag Team Championship. (Dissension, 01/09/05)
    - Edge & Kurt Angle defeated Test & Rhyno to win the WWE Tag Team Championship. (Mind Games, 07/26/04)
    - Test & Rhyno defeated John Cena & Randy Orton, Hardy Boyz and Dudley Boyz in a Four Corners Elimination Match to win the vacant WWE Tag Team Championship. (King of the Ring 2004)

    ***Titles are vacated due to Sabu's injury***

    - Rob Van Dam & Sabu defeated Hardy Boyz, Dudley Boyz, Edge and Christian in a TLC Match to win the WWE Tag Team Championship (Wrestlemania 2004)
    - Hardy Boyz defeated Edge & Christian in a Ladder Match to win the vacant WWE Tag Team Championship (Royal Rumble 2004)

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    WWE Cruiserweight Champion
    Petey Williams

    - Petey Williams defeated Rey Mysterio, Billy Kidman, Chavo Guerrero, Chris Sabin and The Hurricane in a Gauntlet For The Gold Match to win the WWE Cruiserweight Championship. (Summerslam 05)
    - Rey Mysterio defeated Paul London to win the WWE Cruiserweight Championship. (Backlash 05)
    - Paul London defeated The Hurricane and AJ Styles in an Ultimate X Match to win the WWE Cruiserweight Championship (Ultimate X, 02/21/05)
    - The Hurricane defeated Paul London, Rey Mysterio, Billy Kidman, Chavo Guerrero and AJ Styles in a Gauntlet for the Gold Match to win the WWE Cruiserweight Championship (Summerslam 05)
    - Paul London defeated Chavo Guerrero to win the WWE Cruiserweight Championship. (One Night Only, 06/14/04)
    - Chavo Guerrero defeated Billy Kidman, Rey Mysterio and Paul London in a Four Corners Elimination Match to win the WWE Cruiserweight Championship (Backlash 2004)
    - Billy Kidman defeated AJ Styles and Paul London in an Ultimate X Match to win the WWE Cruiserweight Championship (RAW Roulette, 02/16/2004)
    - AJ Styles defeated Rey Mysterio, Chavo Guerrero and The Hurricane in a Double Elimination Tournament to win the vacant WWE Cruiserweight Championship. (Genesis, 12/29/03)
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    The Top 10 Moments of 2005



    10. John Cena wins the King of the Ring Tournament

    - Since 2004, the Winner of the King of the Ring Tournament has been rewarded with a title shot at the final show of the year: Summerslam. 16 men enter the tournament, and it slowly works it's way down to 4, where it becomes a one night tournament for the right to face the World Champion. John Cena, Randy Orton, Chris Benoit and Kurt Angle were the final four participants.

    - John Cena and Chris Benoit met in the first match of the night, Chris Benoit was the former World Champion. When he demanded his title re-match it was denied and so he assaulted Shane McMahon, who told him that the only way he would ever get a re-match would be to win the King of the Ring tournament. John Cena had just come back from an injury suffered at the hands of his former Tag Team Partner, Randy Orton. The two men battled in the opening contest of the night, and it looked like Benoit had the match won, until Shane McMahon interfered with a Kendo Stick, knocking out Benoit, allowing John Cena to pick up the victory.

    - In the second match of the night, Randy Orton faced Kurt Angle to determine who would face John Cena. At Wrestlemania, Randy Orton decided to go on his own and injured his own partner John Cena during a TLC Match. Kurt Angle had just gotten out of a feud with Bret Hart and was looking to move foreward with his momentum, however it was Randy Orton who put a sudden hault to that momentum, countering the Ankle Lock into an exposed ring post and then the RKO to move past Angle into the finals.

    - The King of the Ring finals had John Cena square off against bitter rival and former partner, Randy Orton. In 2004, the two men spent much of the spring fighting with Cena winning the final rubber match at Judgment Day, the two became allies but only so that Orton could learn Cena's weaknesses. However it seemed that Cena had also learned a thing about Orton and countered the RKO into the FU to win the King of the Ring Tournament.

    - However it was not a fairy tale ending for John Cena as he faced Brock Lesnar for the championship at Summerslam, although he battled valiantly he could not stand up to Brock Lesnar, who retained the WWE Championship.

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    9. New Blood Rising

    - The previous year has seen the rise of several young talented superstars who have taken the ball from the established stars and turned the company into their company. They have already made their impact on the world of professional wrestling, in just one short year.

    - AJ Styles moved out of the Cruiserweight division and into the big time, including 2 MOTY contenders with Paul London and the triple threat with Bryan Danielson and Samoa Joe at Summerslam. The innovative high flyer is often hailed as the most athletic performer in professional wrestling today.

    - Bryan Danielson is a technical marvel, very few people are given the opportunity to face Shawn Michaels in their first professional match, even fewer are able to keep up with the Heartbreak Kid, and fewer still have the chance of winning the match, but Bryan Danielson defied the odds and defeated Shawn Michaels (with HHH's interference) in his first ever match. Since then the American Dragon hasn't looked back including a match of the year contender with AJ Styles and Samoa Joe at Summerslam 05.

    - Samoa Joe is perhaps the most dangerous man in professional wrestling today, he debuted the night after Wrestlemania and since has gone undefeated in the WWE, a 9 month streak that has already seen him beat the best the business has to offer: Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Bret Hart, Rob Van Dam and many more.

    - CM Punk has established himself as a true innovator of offense, the man who unleashed Samoa Joe upon the company, his feud with Rob Van Dam in 2005 produced some of the most innovative offensive displays the company has ever seen. Punk is fearless, innovative and is always determined to do the impossible.

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    8. WCW: One Night Stand

    - After the success of ECW: One Night Stand in 2004, the WWE decided to honor the other brand of Sports Entertainment that had pushed it to the level of performance that it enjoyed, World Championship Wrestling and brought it back for One Night Only.

    - The opening match featured a bout from one of the greatest feuds in WCW, Chris Benoit and Booker T, re-kindling their Best of 7 Series Wars (both from WWE and WCW) in one epic battle. In wCw, Booker T was the one that walked away with the ultimate prize, and this was no different as the 5 time wCw champion proved that he still has Chris Benoit's number, beating him with the Book End.

    - WCW was known for the Cruiserweight Division, for being the pioneer that allowed North America to see what it was all about, and two of the best did battle in Rey Mysterio and Eddie Guerrero. As the two men battled back and forth, in a classic rivaling their 1997 encounter, this time Eddie Guerrero caught Mysterio by surprise, countering the 619 and using the ropes to score a victory over Rey Mysterio.

    - In a special challenge match, the WWE champion Brock Lesnar issued an open challenge to any former wCw superstar who thought they could win the gold and Scott Stiener shocked the world by accepting the challenge. Stiener would give Brock Lesnar a run for his money but Lesnar would show just how much of a force he is, countering the Stiener Recliner into the F-5 to retain the WWE Championship.

    - In the Semi-Main Event, Goldberg went one on one with Diamond Dallas Page in a return match from their classic Halloween Havoc matchup, once again DDP was able to counter the Jackhammer into the Diamond Cutter, however Goldberg was ready, pushing DDP into the ropes and hitting the Spear to continue his streak over DDP.

    - In the Main Event, Ric Flair teamed with Bret Hart and the legend known as Sting to battle the greatest faction in the history of wCw, the New World Order, Hogan/Hall/Nash. This time the forces of wCw were able to eliminate once and for all, the poison of the nWo when both Hall and Nash tapped out to the Sharpshooter/Scourpin Deathlock at the same time.

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    7. D-X Reunion

    - Vince McMahon made the terrible miscalculation of opening up a war on muliple fronts. Triple H was obsessed with getting revenge on Vince's daughter Stephanie, while Shawn Michaels had also angered the boss, for aligning with his hated enemy Bret Hart. The McMahon Deadly Alliance of Rock and Austin were ordered to stop HHH and HBK at all costs.

    - During a match between Stone Cold Steve Austin and Shawn Michaels, The Rock interfered which caused Bret Hart to come down. Stephanie made her return to the company and slapped Hart, however Stephanie's presence only provoked the Game further who ran down with a sledgehammer and cleaned house.

    - HHH and Michaels had feuded for months, however the two of them realized that if they were going to survive the McMahon onslaught they would have no choice but to bury the hacket and unite under a common enemy, and D-Generation X was reborn with one purpose, to make the McMahon's life a living hell.

    - At Wrestlemania Shawn Michaels teamed with Bret Hart against the McMahon's in a Street Fight and were victorious. Triple H faced off against The Rock inside Hell in a Cell and won the war finishing the Rock off with a Pedigree onto the Sledgehammer head to end the McMahon/Deadly Alliance reign of terror.
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    06. The Rise of Edge

    - No WWE superstar has ever boasted the resume of superstars defeated in one year that Edge put together in 2005, despite not winning the WWE championship, Edge became a major player in the company and positioned himself as one of the top men in the industry.

    - After Wrestlemania, Edge determined that he had enough of waiting at the bottom of the barrel and was determined to make his rise in the industry. He became the perfect victim for the Rock's rage and the two battled at backlash, Rock determined to hold onto his spot as a Main Eventer and Edge determined to make his own,. and in a Match of the Year contender Edge proved victorious.

    - Edge continued his rise, defeating both Shawn Michaels and Stone Cold Steve Austin in the month of May before getting his first opportunity to challenge for the WWE championship in a Triple threat Match also featuring Stone Cold Steve Austin and the champion, Brock Lesnar. Edge was denied the title as Lesnar pinned Austin and it was determined that since Edge wasn't pinned he deserved a title shot.

    - Edge battled Brock Lesnar at King of the Ring for the WWE championship, however this sparked the rage of the Undertaker, who was tired of getting overlooked when it came to the title and was determined to make Edge suffer for it, costing him the match. Edge and the Undertaker began a bloody and vicious war including a First Blood Match and a Hell in the Cell match. In a match where Undertaker was more interested in permanently injuring Edge than winning, Edge was taken to the limits inside the Cell, but survived and prevailed, with three Con-Chair-To's to finally put down the Undertaker.

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    05. Three Stages of Hell

    - Shawn Michaels and Triple H united under a common enemy in Vince McMahon, but when that enemy disappeared bad blood rose to the surface. Triple H was determined to eliminate Shawn Michaels once and for all, believing that he was no longer capable at competing at a Main Event level and did not want to see someone he respected embarass himself.

    - Triple H was so determined to prove that Michaels wasn't capable of deliverig anymore that he challenged him to his own match, the Ladder Match, with the stipulation that if HHH loses, Shawn Michaels' career would be over. However Shawn Michaels rose to the occasion, proving that he still had some gas in his tank.

    - The two would then cross paths again, this time in the Elimination Chamber with Brock Lesnar, Chris Benoit, Bret Hart and Kurt Angle. Triple H would get his revenge and further drive home his opinion that Michaels was through, hitting him with the Pedigree to eliminate him, although Michaels got the last llaugh kicking him between the eyes allowing Bret Hart to roll him up to eliminate him.

    - Shane McMahon hated both men, and hated that their bitter rivalry was hurting his show and so he decided once and for all to finish it in 3 Stages of Hell. The first fall was a simple one on one match, for nothing more than pride. The second match was a Street Fight, designed so the two men could destroy each other, and the third fall was in a Steel Cage, the ultimate test of survival. The first fall went to Triple H, proving once again that Michaels should hang it up, however Michaels showed his determination and will to defy the odds, beating Triple H in a Street Fight. The war continued into the cage where HHH's legendary quad injury returned, HHH however fought through the pain long enough to hit Michaels with a sick Pedigree, the impact compressing Michaels' spin, nearly causing paralysis. HHH was able to win the match, but the cost of victory was high. Shawn Michaels was never able to wrestle again, and HHH was put on the shelf for the another 9 months.

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    04. Chris Benoit wins the Royal Rumble

    - It was the most surprising victory in the history of the Royal Rumble. The Royal Rumble in 2005 featured more star power than any previous Royal Rumble the company had ever held, it featured Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, The Rock, Goldberg, Brock Lesnar, Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker, Kurt Angle, all former World Champions.

    - There was nothing truly spectacular about Chris Benoit's entrance, he entered at #19 and began slowly wearing down the competition until the final four men remained: Triple H, Chris Benoit, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Bret Hart. Vince McMahon came down and saw to Bret Hart's elimination, distracting him long enough for Austin to finish the job, leaving Austin, HHH and Benoit. Triple H was the next to go when the Rock returned and eliminated him from the Rumble, leaving only Austin and Benoit left.

    - Everything seemed to go according to plan for Vince McMahon, Austin would win the Rumble and then go to Wrestlemania, but there was one thing he didn't factor on, Chris Benoit's refusal to lose and his determination to live out his dream, as he fought interference from Rock and McMahon, finally eliminating Austin to win the Royal Rumble.

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    03. Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Hollywood Hulk Hogan

    - It was arguably the most anticipated match in the history of the industry, and both men had a tremendous amount to lose, as well as a tremendous amount to gain.

    - Stone Cold Steve Austin had defined a generation, pulling the WWE out of the graveyard and single handedly bringing it back to the status that Hulk Hogan had built it to in the late 80's. He was the person that everyone wanted to be like, he got in his bosses face, said whatever he wanted and took nothing from no one.

    - Hulk Hogan was an American Icon, as American as Apple Pie. He transformed WWE from a struggling promotion to the world wide super-power that it is today, he inspired a generation to eat their vitamins, drink their milk and say their prayers.

    - The hype for this match was incredible, and the match did not disappoint with Austin torturing Hogan. Austin was determined to make the crowd hate him and did everything in his power, including nearly assaulting a Hulkamaniac in the front row, but the crowd refused to boo Austin, the harder he tried the harder they cheered. Austin despised Hogan, however as the match progressed, respect began to grow. Austin would eventually win the match, however Hogan would win Austin's respect and the two would share a beer in one of the greatest Wrestlemania moments of all time.

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    02. Chris Benoit realizes his dream

    - Chris Benoit had done the impossible, winning the most star studded Royal Rumble in the history of the company, earning him the chance of a lifetime, the opportunity to main event Wrestlemania. But then he was hit with another impossible task, beating Chris Jericho.

    - Chris Jericho had won the WWE title at Wrestlemania 20, and in a year as champion, had beaten everyone that the business had to offer including Chris Benoit. He beat the Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Bret Hart, Triple H, Goldberg, Kane, the list didn't seem to end. Not only did he win, but he won in almost every case without help, and the few times he did receive unvoluentarily help, he made it right. Chris Benoit made Jericho an offer he could not refuse, one chance, but no surprises, no outside help, just man to man. If Jericho won, Benoit could never challenge for the title again.

    - And Jericho was a man of his word, and the two battled. Jericho brought some surprises, however none of them illegal. He took the fight to Benoit, beating him at his own game on the mat, beating Benoit in preparation, but much like the Royal Rumble the only thing Jericho couldn't prepare for was Benoit's unrelenting resolve, finally forcing Jericho to tap out to the Crossface, ending one of the greatest title reigns of all time.

    - After the match, Chris Benoit's long time friend Eddie Guerrero came out to celebrate the victory with his friend in a true Wrestlemania moment.

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    01. The Life and Death of Eddie Guerrero

    - Eddie Guerrero had a spectacular final year in the WWE despite losing the Intercontinental Championship. At Wrestlemania, he won the Money in the Bank Four Corners Match to earn a title shot at the champion whenever he wanted it.

    - He cashed in the following month, battling his long time friend Chris Benoit for the top prize in the industry, Eddie Guerrero would fall just short, but the war between the two did not damage their friendship.

    - Eddie Guerrero got another opportunity at the title in his home state of Texas, when he battled Brock Lesnar at Vengeance. Even with the home crowd behind him, Eddie Guerrero fell just short, falling victim to the F-5.

    - At Summerslam in his final match, Eddie Guerrero battled Chris Benoit one final time, Chris Benoit was obsessed with winning the title and was angered by the fact that Eddie Guerrero received a title shot before he got his re-match. In what would be Eddie's final match, he emerged victorious, surprising Chris Benoit with his legendary lying, cheating and stealing.

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    On Christmas Day, World Wrestling Entertainment will proudly return to North America for another highly anticipated season of SUPERAW. As a Christmas treat, World Wrestling Entertainment will present a "BEST OF 2005" special show highlighting the top 10 matches from 2005 including

    Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Hollywood Hulk Hogan from Wrestlemania
    Bret Hart vs. Kurt Angle from Backlash
    Shawn Michaels vs. Triple H (3 Stages of Hell) from King of the Ring

    and much much more.
    SUPERAW IS REBORN

    SUPERAW returns to North America in the same place that it left: Toronto, Canada as the Air Canada Centre will host the first show of the new year, entitled: REBORN. The "Reborn" show will feature:

    Cruiserweight Championship Match
    Fatal Fourway
    Petey Williams (champion) vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Paul London vs. Chris Sabin


    - Petey Williams finally defeated Rey Mysterio, ending his 4 month reign as champion at Summerslam, however Williams' first test as champion will not be an easy one. Rey Mysterio, perhaps the greatest Cruiserweight the world has ever seen is after the gold. As is Paul London, who is fully recovered from the vicious assault at the hands of Samoa Joe in July. And then there is Chris Sabin, the newest face to the Cruiserweight Division will be looking to make a serious impact. Can the champion Williams retain, or will his reign be cut short.

    Abyss vs. Brent Albright

    - The Monster Abyss made a huge impact at Summerslam. However this is the first match for both men, Albright has stated that he fears no man, but the monster Abyss is no ordinary man, Albright has a mountain to climb in his first match with the company, but will never back down from a challenge.

    Generation Next (Alex Shelley & Austin Aries) vs. World's Greatest Tag Team (Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas)

    - Two of the four teams that participated in the TLC Match at Summerslam are in the hunt for the Tag Team Titles. This match is the first in a best of three series between the two, the winners of this series will face America's Most Wanted for the Tag Team Championship at the Royal Rumble.

    WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
    Samoa Joe (champion) vs. Edge


    - Samoa Joe has been undefeated in the WWE for over 8 months and his path of rage has led him to the Intercontinental Championship. However, he is against perhaps the hottest man in the entire industry Edge, who came off a breakthrough year last year with wins against Shawn Michaels, Steve Austin, The Rock and The Undertaker. Can Samoa Joe maintain his undefeated streak, or will Edge capture the Intercontinental Championship.

    Main Event
    WWE Championship Match
    Brock Lesnar (champion) vs. John Cena


    - After nearly defeating Brock Lesnar at Summerslam, John Cena has been granted a second opportunity at the championship. Can John Cena end the 7 month reign of Brock Lesnar?

    All this, plus a rare appearance from WWE Owner, Shane McMahon! Tune in when WWE presents SUPERAW: REBORN, live from the Air Canada Center in Toronto, Ontario...New Years Day, Monday January 1st at 8:00pm
    Alright, Top 10 moments of 2005 are up, and hopefully I will be able to finish the Best of 2005 show by Christmas day, but if not it will be up sometime next week for sure.

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    WOW!

    This is looking Awesome man, I really look forward to reading the shows and stuff. You have done an amazing job of hype and build up with your Champions History and the Top Ten Moments.

    Good Luck, you've got a fan in me already
    Thanks to Rad for the awesome banner!


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    Instead of posting this all at once, I am going to post two matches a day which will take us to New Years Eve, and give me enough time to finish both this and the first show by New Years Day.


    Best of 2005
    Date:
    Monday December 25th, 200
    Location: Stamford, Connecticut
    Venue: WWE Headquarters
    Hosted By: Mick Foley
    Written By: Jay Lethal

    The parental warning flashes across television screens in North America and around the world before the WWE introduction video plays, after the WWE logo before the new RAW theme song “Attack” by 30 Seconds To Mars plays and the new RAW introduction video plays, showing some of the highlights from some of the stars of the WWE including Kurt Angle, Chris Benoit, Edge, Brock Lesnar, John Cena and Randy Orton before the camera cuts into the WWE studios where Mick Foley is sitting on a stool in front of a monitor.

    Mick Foley, “Hello ladies and gentlemen and welcome to a very special edition of WWE SupeRAW; the best of 2005. I am your host for the evening Mick Foley and tonight we will be counting down the top 10 moments, and matches from 2005. When the year 2005 is looked back upon in a period of time for wrestling fans, it will be viewed as a year of closure, and a year that witnessed the changing of the guard. In one year, wrestling fans got to witness the final farewell tours of Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock and the Undertaker, and got to see the rise of superstars like CM Punk, AJ Styles, Edge, Brock Lesnar and Samoa Joe. Our first match of the night is all about closure, and it happened the week before Wrestlemania 21.

    In the weeks leading up to Wrestlemania, Vince McMahon was determined to tie up all the loose ends before handing the company over to his son, signifying the end of his reign as chairman of the board, planning to retire. Those loose ends consisted of Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart. Shawn Michaels became a problem for Vince McMahon when he defied the orders of the chairman and refused to rig an Iron-man Match between Chris Jericho and Bret Hart. Michaels refused in an action that started to bring the once sworn enemies Hart and Michaels together. At the same time McMahon had it out for Triple H. Stephanie had messed with Triple H, both physically and psychologically for months, and the Game was after revenge. Vince stepped in to protect his princess and did everything in his power to ruin Triple H, however that only brought Triple H and Shawn Michaels closure together, reuniting them as D-Generation X, combined with a shaky alliance with Bret Hart formed a dangerous enemy. With a Street Fight scheduled between Hart/Michaels and the McMahons, Vince sought to turn Michaels and Hart against each other, in an epic match on a night appropriately titled “Divided They Fall”

    ‘Hitman’ sounds over the speakers and Bret Hart walks through the curtains and into the entrance area. Bret walks down the ramp and circles the ring, giving a fan at ringside his signature glasses before sliding into the ring to prepare for combat. Bret waits for a couple of moments before ‘Sexy Boy’ plays over the speakers and Shawn Michaels appears on the stage, Michaels dances on the stage for a moment before kneeling on the stage and pointing to the sky as fireworks go off behind him. Michaels walks down to the ring, standing on the apron before stepping through the ropes before finishing his signature entrance.

    Main Event
    Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels


    Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels start with a handshake in the ring, showing that they are still on the same page, and then begin circling preparing to lock up. They lock up and Hart does a quick go behind into a hammerlock and Michaels has to find his way out of it, he tries for an elbow but Hart ducks, and manages to keep the lock on, HBK’s shift in momentum allows Hart to take him down to the mat and he has the armbar locked in. HBK looks to find the rope but they are in the center of the ring, so his only choice is to get back to his feet, first getting back to one knee and then both feet, Michaels then uses his speed to do a quick go behind into a hammerlock on Hart.

    The pressure is now on Hart, but Hart shows his superior wrestling by lowering his head in between the arm of Michaels, allowing him to twist out of the hold and into a headlock, Hart then takes Michaels over with a headlock takedown, but Michaels fights back to his feet and throws Hart into the ropes, Hart bounces off the ropes and into an arm drag takedown as Michaels holds on to the arm. Hart fights back to his feet and again reverses it. Hart then grabs the arm and wrenches it a little bit.

    Still trapped in the armbar, Michaels realizes that he this isn’t going his way so he escapes the arm bar and grabs Hart in a headlock, Hart then pushes HBK into the ropes and HBK knocks him down. HBK then runs off the ropes as Hart drops down, HBK bounces over to him and on the rebound Hart leapfrogs him and Michaels goes underneath, HBK rebounds off the ropes again but this time Hart side steps him and throws him over the top rope. Michaels manages to hang on to the top rope and skins the cat, coming back into the ring. Michaels flips back into the ring and instantly looks for Sweet Chin Music but a surprised Hart manages to duck the kick. HBK turns around and charges at Hart who surprises him with a small package, 1…2…kickout.

    Both men then stand at the same time and stare each other down, realizing that this match isn’t going to be that easy to win. Both men take a deep breath, preparing for the next exchange and lock up. They lock up and Michaels is a step faster and locks Hart in a headlock and takes him down, Hart quickly traps Michaels head in a headscissor, Michaels maneuvers around the headscissor and flips over into a pinning combination…1…2…Hart responds by using his power advantage to bridge Michaels up and then turn it into a backslide…1…2…kickout. Hart gets to his feet but Michaels is still faster and takes him down with another side headlock. Hart slams his hand to the mat in frustration and Michaels senses his frustration and keeps the hold on. Bret fights to his feet and sends Michaels off the ropes, Michaels rebounds and knocks down Bret with a shoulderblock. Hart gets to his feet and charges at Michaels, but HBK catches him with a drop-toe hold and then locks the headlock on, keeping Hart off balanced.

    Hart then maneuvers out of the headlock by rolling over, creating a pinning combination with HBK’s shoulder’s down on the mat, but HBK kicks out. HBK gets to his feet and executes another drop toe hold, HBK goes for another headlock, but this time Hart is expecting it and quickly reverses it into a hammerlock. Hart wrenches back on the arm of Michaels and then drops a couple of knees to the shoulder and arm of Michaels. Hart pulls Michaels back to his feet and then wrenches his arm, pulling on it, and then twisting it with such velocity that Michaels flips and falls to the floor, where Hart once again applies a hammerlock, continuing to apply pressure to the arm of Michaels. Michaels struggles to his feet and manages to slide out of the arm-bar with a drop toe hold, he tries to grab the arm of Hart, looking to keep him off base but Hart is on to his game and easily counters the arm bar into one of his own, continuing his work on the arm and shoulder of Michaels.

    As Michaels struggles to get back to his feet, he realizes that he has lost the ground game to Hart, and needs to start wrestling his own match, he uses his free arm to elbow Bret in the back of the head, and then takes a minute to shake loose the arm. Bret walks over to Shawn but HBK is ready and connects with a couple knife edge chops. Michaels then backs Hart into the ropes and throws him in, Hart reverses and shoots Michaels into the ropes, Michaels ducks a knife edge chop and then a clothesline before hitting Hart with a headscissor takedown. Immediately Hart realizes that he has fallen for HBK’s trap, and gets to his feet. HBK charges at Bret looking to quicken the pace but Hart catches him with a drop toe hold and returns the match to the ground with another headlock.

    This time, its HBK’s turn to show some frustration; His air attack taken away from him for the time being, he would have to find another way to turn the table. HBK fights out of the headlock with a couple of shoulder thrusts which forces Hart to release the hold. Instead of going off the ropes, Michaels connects with a right hand to Hart, and then another one. He tries for a third but Hart blocks it and connects with a right hand, and then a kick to the gut. Hart goes for another kick but Michaels catches his foot and executes a dragon screw. HBK holds Hart’s legs and he puts one leg over another, setting Hart up for a Sharpshooter but Hart fights out of it with a couple of right hands, breaking the hold.

    Hart gets back to his feet with a pissed off look and he pushes Shawn. Michaels gets a smile on his face which further aggravates Hart. He pushes Michaels again and this time Michaels catches Hart in a headlock, Hart pushes him into the ropes and Michaels connects with a shoulder block. Michaels runs off the ropes and Hart lowers his head, HBK kicks him in the face and turns around as Michaels connects with a drop kick that takes Hart to the outside. As Hart struggles to his feet on the outside, HBK realizes that he has to take this match to the next level and he runs off the ropes, building momentum before executing a suicide dive through the ropes, taking Hart down.

    HBK rolls back into the ring as the referee begins the mandatory 10 count. The referee gets halfway through the count when Hart makes his way to his feet. HBK is on him immediately and slingshots over the top rope into a crossbody, but Hart moves and HBK lands on his feet and Bret takes him down with a hard clothesline. Bret wipes some sweat and blood from his mouth and stomps down on him with a boot. Michaels gets to his feet and he looks for a German Suplex, but HBK counters with elbows to the back of the head. Hart recoils back and HBK sees an opening and attacks but Hart captures him and throws him over his back with a Belly to Back Suplex. Hart allows himself to regain his composure and he throws HBK into the ring. Bret covers…1….2…kickout!

    Instead of losing his composure, it seems that Bret is back in control of himself; he takes a deep breath and then continues his assault on Shawn Michaels. Bret grabs Shawn by the arm and locks in another arm-bar, continuing his assault from earlier in the match. Bret senses Shawn trying to fight his way out of it, so he quickly switches and drives a knee into the arm of HBK. Shawn screams in pain and then Bret locks him in a
    Fujiyara Armbar. Shawn realizes that he only has two options and the ropes are too far away so he has to shorten the degree of angle on the arm. Michaels is able to do it and then uses his leg to kick Bret in the face, forcing him to break the hold.

    HBK struggles back to his feet and he makes it, he connects with a few right hands and throws Hart into the ropes, connecting with a high back body drop. Michaels shakes off his arm, trying to get the blood flow re-established. Hart is back on his feet and Shawn delivers a couple more right hands, he then hooks up Hart for a suplex, but HBK’s arm is bothering him and he can’t get him over. HBK tries for a surge of energy and lifts again but Hart blocks the attempt by twisting his leg with HBK. Hart then counters HBK and maneuvers out of the suplex and into a DDT. Bret struggles to put an arm over Michaels but he finally does and the referee counts…1…2…kickout.

    Bret gets back to his feet first and attempts a rollup on Michaels, but the Heartbreak Kid kicks out again. Bret then decides that this match is going to end and he grabs Michaels by the leg and drops an elbow on the inner thigh, he then drives 2 more of them into the leg of Michaels. Bret then grabs HBK by the leg and twists around the leg, causing a tremendous amount of punishment on the leg of Michaels. Michaels begins to crawl towards the rope but Hart grabs him and brings him back to the center of the ring and locks Shawn in a Figure Four Leg Lock. Shawn screams out in pain and reaches to the ropes with one arm, as his other arm continues to be useless thanks to the work done on it by Hart. Michaels can’t reach the rope and only has one option left, however his shoulders fall to the canvas in pain and the referee counts, but HBK is aware enough to get his shoulders off the mat. HBK calls out to the crowd and gets the energy that he needs and begins to turn the maneuver into an Indian Deathlock, reversing the pressure and putting the pain on Hart’s legs instead of his own. Hart is smart and quickly rolls through the pressure back into the Figure Four, and the pressure is on HBK again. But because of the roll, HBK is now in range of the ropes and grabs them with one arm to force Hart to break the hold.

    HBK struggles to his feet and Bret grabs him by the leg again, looking to continue the assault but Michaels surprises Hart with an enziguri that takes down the Hitman. Michaels and Hart are both down and Hart is the first one to his feet, Michaels is on his feet as well and Bret looks for a right hand but Michaels counters and connects with a right of his own, HBK’s punches don’t have very much firepower behind them as a result of Bret’s earlier work on the arm but they are still enough to rock Hart. HBK backs Hart into the ropes and then connects with a knife edge chop. HBK throws Hart into the ropes but Hart counters, Hart looks for a clothesline but Michaels ducks and then connects with a Flying Forearm.

    Both Michaels and Hart are down but Shawn starts to feel the crowd momentum and nips back to his feet. However the adrenaline rush is short lived as the damage Hart did to the leg is still with him and he begins to hobble towards his opponent. Michaels connects with a couple more rights that stagger Hart and then he lifts him up with an atomic drop and then knocks him back down with a clothesline. Michaels is full of adrenaline and he lifts up Hart and connects with a body slam. Michaels points to the top rope and the fans begin to get restless as he climbs to the top, Michaels leaps off and connects with an elbow drop.

    Michaels stays down for a couple of moments but then gets back to his feet. Hart is down and Michaels points to the corner, signaling to the crowd that the match is about to end. HBK steps into the corner and begins to tune up the band, Michaels stomps his foot on the ground a couple of times, saying that he is ready and Hart gets to his feet, Michaels explodes with Sweet Chin Music but Hart ducks it and then takes him down with a hard clothesline and both men are down. Bret manages to get the arm over Michaels’ shoulder…1…2…kickout!

    Both Hart and Michaels are exhausted but the match continues, Hart is the first to his feet and the two men trade punches in the center of the ring, neither man wanting to back down. Michaels starts getting the upper hand and he throws Hart into the ropes but Hart reverses and as Michaels rebounds Hart drives his knee into the stomach of Shawn Michaels, knocking the wind out of him. Michaels struggles to his feet and Hart comes up from behind and locks him up for a Russian Leg Sweep and connects, he covers…… 1…2…kickout. Bret continues the assault, starting to get his own adrenaline rush. He picks up Michaels and hits a hard backbreaker and then climbs to the second rope, he shows the crowd his elbow and then introduces it to the throat of Shawn Michaels. Bret covers, 1…2…kickout!

    Bret starts to show signs of frustration so he lifts up Michaels to the top rope. With Michaels on the top rope, Bret has open access to him and he starts delivering a series of stiff right hands to the face and body of Shawn Michaels until he is lying prone on top of the ropes. Bret then climbs to the top rope to join him and he positions himself for a Super Plex, at first Shawn tries to block it but Bret tries again and lifts him up for a ring shaking Super Plex! The crowd is in shock as Bret struggles to put his arm over Michaels’ shoulders…1…2…kickout! Bret fights back to his feet and waits for Michaels, he looks for a right hand but Michaels counters with a knee to the gut, Michaels then connects with a couple knife edge chops backing Hart into the corner, he tries to irish whip him across to the other turnbuckle but Hart reverses and sends him into the corner with such velocity that it turns Michaels inside out.

    Michaels staggers off the rope and Hart grabs one of his legs and then kicks the other leg out from him, forcing Michaels to the ground. Bret then locks Shawn’s legs up for the Sharpshooter and starts to turn him over, but at the last second Michaels kicks Bret and pushes him straight into the referee. Bret goes to check on the referee as Shawn is still down. Shawn gets back to his feet as Bret turns around, he looks for Sweet Chin Music again but Hart catches him by the foot and spins him around. Bret then lifts up Michaels with a back suplex and drops Michaels over the top rope to the floor.

    Michaels is down on the outside, Bret is on the inside but can barely stand and the referee is still down. Bret struggles to his feet and notices that Shawn is just starting to stir. Bret builds up some momentum behind him and launches himself through the ropes in a suicide dive at Michaels prone body. Now both men are down on the outside and the referee struggles back to his feet, he sees both men on the outside and he starts his count as both men begin to stir, the count makes it all the way up to 8 before both men enter the ring. Bret and Michaels begin trading right hands again in the middle of the ring, Michaels takes a swing at Hart but he ducks and hits an atomic drop. Michaels is rocked and Hart bounces off the ropes but Michaels recovers just in time to hit SWEET CHIN MUSIC! Hart is knocked out but Michaels used up his last bit of energy to hit the killing blow. Michaels desperately puts his arm over the shoulder of Bret and the referee begins to cover, 1….2…..FOOT ON THE ROPE! Somehow Bret had the wherewithal to put his foot on the bottom rope.

    Michaels can’t believe that Hart got his foot on the bottom rope and he practically begs with the referee to reverse the call but to no avail. Michaels sees Hart get back to his feet and looks for another Sweet Chin Music but Hart catches it and yanks him to the ground, locking him in the SHARPSHOOTER! Bret has the Sharpshooter locked in and Michaels reaches desperately for the bottom rope, but it is so far away and he has spent so much energy in the match already that he can’t escape it, but suddenly SHANE MCMAHON comes through the crowd with a Kendo Stick and slides into the ring, he stands behind Hart and hits him in the back of the head with the Kendo Stick! Hart is down and Shane McMahon stands over Shawn Michaels, waiting for him to get to his feet. Shawn struggles to his feet and Shane connects with a Kendo Stick right between the eyes, knocking out the Heartbreak Kid.

    Match Declared a No Contest
    Shane McMahon delivers another Kendo Stick, this time to the chest of Shawn Michaels while he is lying on the ground and then stands over both Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels with Kendo Stick in the air.

    Commercial Break

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    WWE SupeRAW returns back to the WWE set with Mick Foley watching Stone Cold Steve Austin and Hulk Hogan stare down each other in the middle of the ring. Foley turns around in the chair with a huge smile.

    Mick Foley, “There is just something about Wrestlemania, the grand daddy of them all, when careers are made and superstars have a moment to permanently etch themselves into wrestling history. Nobody has ever meant more to Wrestlemania then Hulk Hogan. He is unquestionably the person that put Wrestlemania on the map, Wrestlemania is the house that Hogan built, so whenever Hulk Hogan and Wrestlemania come together it is a special occasion. But when you add in the Texas Rattlesnake, Stone Cold Steve Austin as his opponent, not only do you have a Wrestlemania moment, but you have the most anticipated match in history, and while many say it would never happen, it finally did at Wrestlemania 21.

    At No Way Out, Vince McMahon issued a formal invitation to Hollywood Hulk Hogan to promote his show “Hogan Knows Best” on national television. Hogan accepted the deal without hesitation and showed up at the ‘Wrestlemania Goes Hollywood’ edition of SupeRAW. However Vince kept secret the true nature of his intention, to convince Hogan to wrestle Stone Cold Steve Austin in the biggest money making match of all time. Austin came down to the ring and challenged Hollywood Hulk Hogan straight up, but Hogan refused saying that he was finished with professional wrestling. However, Stone Cold Steve Austin would not take no for an answer and attacked Brooke Hogan, his daughter with a Stone Cold Stunner. Hogan then accepted the match, vowing to get revenge on the Texas Rattlesnake. In the coming weeks, Stone Cold Steve Austin would run a series of vignettes, to further enrage the Hulkster until the two men finally came to blows at Wrestlemania 21.

    ‘Real American’ hits the speakers and the one and only Hollywood Hulk Hogan appears on the stage, dressed in red and yellow sporting the trademark boas around his neck. Hogan holds his hand to his ear to listen to the crowd and then does a pose on top of the stage before beginning the long walk to the ring. On his way to the ring, Hogan grabs a sign that says “Hogan Still Rules” and holds it up to the camera before returning it to the fan. Hogan makes his way to the ring and climbs up the steps and through the ropes, he once again holds his hand to his ear near the ropes as the crowd goes absolutely crazy for a man that they have loved for over two decades. Hogan continues to pose, flexing the 24 inch pythons before ripping his t-shirt and throwing it into the crowd, preparing for battle with the Texas Rattlesnake. ‘Glass Shatters’ hits the speakers and Stone Cold Steve Austin appears on the stage with his trademark Austin walk as he wastes no time walking down to the ring, Austin stops to get into an argument with a fan and gives him the finger before continuing to the ring, Austin slides into the ring and walks to the corner, climbing to the second turnbuckle and flipping off again to the crowd. Austin continues this pattern in all four corners of the ring before he takes off his jacket and instantly locks eyes with Hollywood Hulk Hogan.

    Icon vs. Icon
    Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Hollywood Hulk Hogan


    Austin and Hogan lock eyes in the center of the ring and the two men stare each other down as the crowd is deafening around them. Austin and Hogan then take a minute to look at the surroundings, and gaze at the crowd before the two men lock eyes again in the center of the ring. They walk close to each other and go nose to nose, Austin talking trash to Hogan, and Hogan returning the trash talk back at Austin when the referee sounds the bell and the match is on.

    Hogan and Austin then circle each other in the middle of the ring, the two men lock up and Austin pushes Hogan back slightly before the Hulkster reaches back and throws Austin across the ring. Austin looks at Hogan in surprise as Hogan shows him the pythons that are running over him early. Hogan then turns to the crowd and finds everyone on their feet, the voice of the crowd deafening as they cheer on their hero.

    Austin refuses to be punked out by Hogan and challenges him to a Greco roman knucklelock in the center of the ring, which Hogan accepts, Austin puts everything he has into it but then Hogan pours the power on, bringing Austin down to his knees in agony and the Texas Rattlesnake begs off the legendary Hogan. Austin gets to his feet enough and delivers a punch to the face of Hogan, Austin continues to deliver a couple right hands and throws Hogan into the ropes, but Hogan counters and sends Austin in and then takes him down with a shoulderblock. Austin looks up again and Hogan continues to flex the pythons at Austin.

    Austin gets pissed off and gets back to his feet, the two men go nose to nose in the center of the ring and Austin slaps Hogan in the face, sending Hogan reeling. Hogan gets a fiery look in his eye and charges after Austin, but the Texas Rattlesnake is ready for him and catches him with a boot and backs him into the corner, he delivers a couple kicks to get Hogan off of his feet and then precedes to stop a mudhole in Hogan, and walk it dry.

    Austin then steps away from the corner and does his own pose, mocking Hogan. Austin then continues to the corner and sends Hogan into the opposite corner but Hogan reverses it and Austin’s back hits the turnbuckle, he bounces off and Hogan connects with a high back body drop. Hogan then follows up with a clothesline, followed by another clothesline as Austin struggles back to his feet. Finally Hogan finishes the combination by taking Austin over the top rope to the floor with a third clothesline as Hogan gets the crowd into it again.

    Austin is pissed on the outside of the ring and starts mouthing off Hulkamaniacs in the front row, doing everything he can to slow down the match and take away the momentum of the Hulkster. The referee begins to count but Hogan is impatient and comes towards the ropes, Austin closes the trap by catching Hogan’s legs and pulling him out of the ring and to the outside. Austin goes for a right hand but Hogan blocks it and hits his own right that sends Austin back to the barricade. Hogan gets a head of steam and charges after Austin but the Texas Rattlesnake sees him coming and executes a drop toe hold, dropping Hogan’s windpipe against the outside barricade.

    Austin has the advantage and once again lays the boots to the Hulkster, this time on the outside, the referee comes out to try and stop Austin’s assault but Austin ignores him. He grabs Hogan and throws him into the ring, then drags his head back to the apron and drives an elbow into windpipe of Hogan. Austin delivers the same move again as Hogan starts to hold on to his chest. Austin then climbs the steps back into the ring, he sees Hogan trying to hold himself up with his hands on the mat so he steps on his hands and Hogan loses balance, allowing Austin to deliver a stiff boot to the head, knocking over the Hulkster.

    Austin then lifts Hogan to his feet and drops him right back down with a neckbreaker, he gets up and gives a finger to the crowd but the fans refuse to boo the Texas Rattlesnake and show him the same respect they gave Hogan. Austin waits for Hogan to get to his feet and then takes him down with a chop block as Hogan grabs onto his leg in pain. Austin then grabs Hogan wrenches the leg a couple of times before he drags Hogan to the ropes, he places Hogan’s leg on the ropes and then drops all of his weight down on it, continuing the attack on the leg of Hogan.

    Austin pulls Hogan back into the center of the ring and twists Hogan leg within his own legs and then drops down his weight into the knee and leg of Hogan and the Hulkster rolls over the canvas in pain. Austin then places one leg over Hogan’s damaged leg in position for a Sharpshooter, but instead of hooking it in, he applies pressure to the leg of Hogan. The Hulkster continues to scream out in pain

    Austin mocks Hogan and slaps him on the back of the head as he tries to get to his feet, he looks for a right hand but Hogan blocks it and connects with a right hand of his own. The limping Hogan manages to back Austin into the corner and climbs to the second rope, dropping a series of right hands to the face of Austin as the crowd counts with Hogan all the way up to 10. Hogan tries for another right hand but Austin gets enough leverage to drop Hogan head first on the turnbuckle. Austin manages to get to his feet first and charges at Hogan but the Hulkster has enough presence of mind to duck and Austin falls over the ropes to the floor.

    Hogan has an opportunity to recover for a couple of seconds and get some blood flowing back into his leg, Hogan then walks to the outside and goes after Austin. Hogan gets a couple of right hands and then whips him into the barricade. The referee tries to get them back in the ring but this time Hogan ignores the referee and takes off his weight lifting belt. Hogan then lashes Austin in the back with the belt. Austin screams in pain and tries to crawl away from Hogan, but Hollywood catches up with him and delivers another lashing shot to Austin’s back with the belt. Austin struggles to get away from Hogan and then begs him off, but Hogan goes at him only to be caught with a low blow by Austin.

    Austin gets to his feet and grabs the weight lifting belt from Hogan and starts lashing the back of Hogan repeatedly with the belt. Austin picks up Hogan and drags him around te ring before driving his head into the ring post. Austin again starts mouthing off some Hulkamanics in the front row, but the crowd continues to cheer for both men. Austin then takes a moment to mouth off the referee before going back to work on Hogan, again throwing him head first into the ring post. Austin then picks up Hogan again and delivers a third shot to the ring post and Hogan is down on the outside.

    Austin then mouths off with the referee and grabs the ring bell. Austin looks to hit Hogan with the ring bell, but the referee pulls the bell away from Austin. The Texas Rattlesnake and the referee continue to have words as the ref pleads with Austin to take it to the inside, but Austin has no intention of stopping his assault, and once again Hogan’s head is driven into the ring post. Austin then turns around and mouths off the Hulkamaniac in the front row, “Look at your hero now…What?”

    Hogan is still down on the outside and Austin looks underneath the ring and pulls out a cooler. Austin looks in the cooler and takes out a beer and opens it. Austin takes a huge gulp of beer as Hogan slowly gets to his feet. Hogan is busted open hard is staggering around, unable to get his bearings, Austin walks over to him and smashes him in the head with the beer can, beer splashing all over his face and getting in the eyes of Hogan.

    Austin then mounts Hogan on the outside of the ring and just lays into the Hulkster with a series of right hands, pistoning into the face of Hogan. Austin gets to his feet first and again he argues with the referee, who all but gives up on Austin getting back into the ring, but he allows the match to continue. Austin then picks up the bloodied Hogan, and the blood continues to pour down his face, as Austin knuckles up and tries to open the wound of Hogan more with stiff right hands, beating the hell out of Hulkamania.

    Austin gets off of Hogan and then mouths off the fans, continuing to berate the fans, he almost forgets about Hogan, who is back on his feet. Hogan attacks and connects with a couple of right hands but Austin blocks his momentum with a thumb to the eye of Hogan. Austin then hooks Hogan up for a Suplex, but Hogan blocks it. Again Austin tries to get him over but Hogan blocks it and reverses it, dropping Austin down hard on the outside as the fans come alive once more. The referee can’t do anything but wait as Hogan and Austin slowly battle their way into the ring.

    Austin and Hogan are both finally in the ring, both using the ring ropes to pull themselves up, they stumble into center of the ring where Austin connects with a right hand, Hogan follows with a right hand, the two then begin to exchange fist-a-cuffs with Hogan gaining the momentum. Hogan has Austin on the run and he gains some momentum off the ropes but Austin catches him with a Lou Thesz Press and once again feeds Austin with a series of right hands. Austin gets to his feet and then connects with an elbow to the neck of Hogan, cutting off the air. Austin covers, but Hogan manages to kick out.

    Austin can’t believe that Hogan kicked out and starts threatening the referee. Hogan makes his way to his feet and so Austin turns around and walks into Hogan but the Hulkster is ready and he catches Austin with a desperation modified ura-nge, taking Austin down, and Hogan manages to get a shoulder over Austin…1…2…kickout! This time Hogan can’t believe that he didn’t put Austin away. Hogan is on the attack though and manages to lock in the Abdominal Stretch to Austin, Hogan delivers a few body shots, but Austin is able to reverse the hold and he has Hogan in the Abdominal Stretch, however the ropes are close and Hogan gets their to break up the count.

    Stone Cold is once again in the driver’s seat and he picks up Hogan and lifts him up to the top rope. Austin then begins to lay into the prone body of Hogan, with hard right hands, knife edge chops, throwing everything but the kitchen sink at him. Austin shakes off his hand, giving the impression that he might of broken his hand on his last punch and climbs to the top rope, he hooks Hogan up for a Super-Plex but Hogan blocks it and pushes him off the top rope. Hogan then signals to the crowd for something big and he leaps off the top rope with a double axe handle but Austin catches him with a shot to the gut and Hogan is winded, he wanders around into a Spinebuster from Austin! Austin covers…1…2…kickout! Austin can’t believe it and is livid!

    Austin waits for Hogan to get to his feet, he stalks him as he gets up and turns around, Austin flips him the bird and then kicks him in the gut, he looks for the Stunner but Hogan pushes him off the ropes and connects with the Big Boot. Hogan lifts his ear to the crowd and then runs off the ropes, looking for the Leg Drop but Austin moves out of the way and Hogan crashes to the canvas.

    Austin gets to his feet first and is quickly back on his feet and lays into Hogan with a few right hands, but the more he hits Hogan’s bloody face, the more Hogan shrugs it off. Hogan starts to encourage Austin to hit him and the Texas Rattlesnake accepts the offer, but his punches don’t have any effect on Hogan. Austin looks for thumb to the eye to try and break Hogan’s momentum, but he turns and points to Austin “YOU” but the Texas Rattlesnake will have none of it, he flips him the bird and then connects with the Stunner! Austin struggles to make the cover…1…2…kickout! Hogan kicked out of the Stunner!

    The fans can’t believe it, Austin can’t believe it and he argue with the referee. Austin then turns around and yells at Hogan, begging him to get back to his feet. Hogan gets back to his feet and Austin again looks for the Stunner but Hogan catches him by the leg and spins him around connecting with a back suplex and both men are down. Austin is first to his feet and starts laying into Hogan with right hands, he sends Hogan into the ropes but Hogan reverses, Hogan runs at Austin looking for a clothesline but Austin ducks, and the two men collide in the center of the ring with a double clothesline.

    Both men are down, exhausted and worn out by the grueling match, but neither man wants to give an inch to the other, so they both fight their way to their feet. Both men once again trade right hands in the center of the ring, neither man willing to give an inch, Austin tries for a right hand but Hogan ducks it, and then lifts up Austin for a huge slam! Austin is down and the crowd knows what’s coming! Hogan motions to the crowd before he runs off the ropes and connects with the Leg Drop! Hogan covers, 1…2…KICKOUT! Hogan can’t believe it, the crowd can’t believe it; the entire building is on their feet!

    Hogan gets the fans fired up as Austin slowly gets to his feet, Hogan delivers a right hand, a second right hand and a final right hand, backing Austin into the ropes, he then throws Austin into the ropes and looks for the Big Boot, but Austin ducks it, kicks Hogan in the gut and connects with the Stone Cold Stunner! The crowd goes absolutely ballistic as both men are down, the referee refuses to count either man out and just waits until they start to move, Austin struggles to get an arm over Hogan and finally manages…1…2...KICKOUT! Hogan kicked out again!

    Austin shakes his head in disbelief and pounds the mat in frustration; he slowly pulls himself back to his feet whereas Hogan is still on the canvas. Austin slowly positions himself behind Hogan as he uses the ropes to pull himself up, Hogan turns around and Austin connects with the a third STONE COLD STUNNER! Hogan is down, Austin hooks the leg…1…2…3! AUSTIN WINS THE WAR!

    Winner: Stone Cold Steve Austin
    Austin celebrates in the ring as the crowd goes absolutely apeshit in the ring, applauding both men for the performance of a life time. Hogan gets to his feet as Austin calls for a couple of beers, Austin then turns around and the two lock eyes, Austin then does the unthinkable and throws Hogan a beer. The Rattlesnake then salutes Hogan and raises his beer, as he and Hogan have a beer in the middle of the ring in truly, a Wrestlemania moment.

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    The camera returns to the WWE video studio, where Mick Foley is seen sitting beside a television showing Chris Benoit and Eddie Guerrero celebrating in the middle of the ring, Eddie holding the Intercontinental Championship and his best friend Chris Benoit holding the coveted World Championship with confetti and balloons falling from rafters.

    Mick Foley, “It is easily the most coveted spot in the entire company, to be given the opportunity to Main Event a Wrestlemania. In 2000, after I had just started into my retirement as a full time performer, I was approached by Linda McMahon and given the opportunity to wrestle in the Main Event for the WWE Championship, and it was something that only happens once in a lifetime. Chris Jericho and Chris Benoit, two of the most respected workers in the history of the business were both given that opportunity this year, the match was the 1st anniversary of Jericho’s title win, as he beat the Rock a year earlier at Wrestlemania for the title. And then there was Chris Benoit. Benoit wss a guy that for along time grew comfortable with his position in the company, every once in awhile he was given an opportunity in the main event but he never seemed to break through and stay there. But in 2005 I think something finally clicked with Benoit and he realized that not only could he compete against the best in the world, but he could be successful in doing that. He won the Royal Rumble in January and earned the right to face Jericho, both men had earned the ball, all they had to do was run with it, which is what they did at Wrestlemania 21.

    Chris Jericho was one of the most unique world champions in history. He won the title from The Rock after winning the 2004 Royal Rumble, and then preceded to defend the title against all comers: Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, The Rock, Goldberg, Kane…Chris Jericho beat them all. Jericho was on a roll that few wrestlers could even dream of, and he knew it. As much as the fans hated him, they had no choice but to respect his ability and his unwillingness to lose the title, literally willing to die to hang on to the top prize in the industry. Enter Chris Benoit, the winner of the Royal Rumble and the #1 contender for the title. Benoit had won the most star studded Royal Rumble of all time, beating Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart, Rock, Austin, HHH, Goldberg, Undertaker and more to earn a shot at the title. Heading into the match Benoit requested only one thing, an honorable match between two of the best workers in the world, Jericho agreed, there would be no surprises, no double crosses. The only thing that Chris Benoit would have to contend with is the absolute best of Chris Jericho.

    The spotlight appears on the stage with the band Saliva, a countdown appears on the stage and it counts down from 5…4…3…2…1….BOOM! Explosions rock the stage as the band starts to play ‘King of My World’. The band continues to play past the first verse and the chorus before Chris Jericho appears on the stage, back to the crowd in his trademark crucifix pose, back to the crowd, but title facing the crowd. Jericho then turns around and switches the title to the front as he stands on the stage, frustrating the crowd before he takes the slow walk to the ring. Jericho heckles the crowd on his way down to the ring area and then steps up the stairs to the ring apron, he turns and faces the crowd, leaning back on the ropes before he raises the WWE championship, mocking the crowd one more time before steps into the ring and points to the band. ‘Whatever’ by Our Lady Peace hits the speakers and the challenger for the WWE championship appears on the stage and the crowd erupts for him. Benoit walks down to the ring and rolls into the ring, staring down Chris Jericho in the center of the ring before he turns and poses for the crowd in the corner. Benoit then drops from the ropes and the two men stare each other down.

    Main Event
    WWE Championship Match
    Chris Jericho (champion) vs. Chris Benoit


    Both men continue to stare each other down, but both quickly realize that neither is going to be psyched out and so they break eye contact and prepare for the battle of their lives. Jericho and Benoit circle the ring, looking for an opening and ten lock up in a standard collar and elbow tieup, Jericho does a go behind into a hammerlock but Benoit quickly reverses the momentum, Benoit releases the hold and then locks him into a headlock. Jericho realizes his path of escape and pushes him into the ropes; he looks for an arm drag and connects. Benoit is quick to his feet and equally quick to catch an arm drag. Benoit gets up and Jericho is to his feet in time to catch him with another arm drag. Jericho gets to his feet but Benoit is to his feet first and catches an arm drag. Both men get to their feet in fighting stance and the crowd roars in anticipation as the two men continue to feel each other out.

    Both men get back to their feet and quickly hook up in a tieup again, Benoit gets him in a headlock and takes him over, Jericho escapes with a hammerlock on the ground and Benoit manages to reverse the hammerlock. Jericho gets back to his feet and rolls through the pressure and then catches Benoit by the arm with an arm drag. Benoit gets to his feet and Jericho surprises him with a drop toe hold, taking Benoit down and then putting him in a headlock. Benoit gets to his feet and pushes Jericho into the ropes, but Jericho runs him down with a shoulder-block. Jericho runs off the ropes and Benoit drops down as Jericho leaps over. Jericho comes off the rebound and Benoit leap frogs but Jericho turns on the breaks, and when Benoit lands Jericho slaps him across the face and then quickly gets him back in a headlock.

    Benoit again fights to his feet and tries to push Jericho into the ropes but Jericho holds on and he takes him back down in a headlock. Benoit fights to his feet and tries to escape again but once again Jericho holds on and brings him back to the mat. Benoit begins to show some frustration as he pounds the mat and then looks for another way out of the hold. Benoit gets to his feet and instead of pushing Jericho into the ropes, he slides out from behind into an armbar but Jericho quickly escapes sliding through the pressure into a modified arm drag. Both men get to their feet at the same time and stare each other down, both men shake their heads, each of them with their own idea of how the next series will unfold.

    Both men get ready for the next exchange and lock up in another collar and elbow tieup, Benoit uses his power advantage and pushes Jericho into the corner. The referee asks for a clean break, Benoit grants the clean break and then delivers a stiff knife edge chop that gets the crowd into it. Benoit then delivers another stiff knife edge chop that takes the breath out of Jericho. Benoit continues the assault, pulling Jericho out of the corner and throwing him into the ropes, Benoit looks for a clothesline but Jericho ducks, and so Benoit runs into Jericho with a stiff clothesline. Benoit continues to bring the high impact offense, throwing Jericho into the ropes and connecting with a high back body drop.

    Benoit picks up Jericho and flips him over with a snap mare and then delivers a stiff knife edge chop to the back of the neck of Jericho, Y2J crawls away from the assault of Benoit who continues the pursuit. Jericho begs him off and then pulls him into the corner. Jericho gets to his feet and begins to deliver a couple of kicks to the gut and then a couple of forearms. Jericho throws Benoit into the opposite corner and charges in but Benoit gets a foot to the face. Benoit gets to his feet but instead of rushing into anything he walks up to Jericho and brings the high impact with a couple of stiff knife edge chops, Jericho starts to fight back with a few knife edge chops of his own and the two men start chopping each other in the center of the ring, back and forth as both men’s chest begin to turn red. Jericho realizes that he isn’t going to win the fight and he ducks a knife edge and then traps him into a headlock on the ground.

    Once again Benoit is trapped on the mat with a headlock and he fights to his feet, he first tries to escape by throwing Jericho into the ropes but Y2J holds on and keeps him in the headlock on the mat. Benoit fights back to his feet and tries a go behind into an arm bar but Jericho is ready for this move and moves instantaneously with Benoit, putting him back into a headlock. Benoit then finally figures another way to escape the hold as he lifts Jericho up with a suplex and drops him on his head, breaking the hold. Jericho gets to his feet and charges at Benoit who catches him with a kick to the gut, Benoit follows it up with a couple forearms and then knife chops, trying to change the flow of the match, he throws Jericho into the ropes and takes him over with a high back body drop. Benoit then takes him down a couple times with stiff forearm shots.

    Benoit then grabs Jericho by the left arm and wrenches it, taking Jericho down to one knee, but Jericho does a quick go behind into a full nelson headlock, but Benoit is able to escape that with a drop toe hold and he then locks Jericho inside the headlock, but Jericho surprises Benoit by quickly escaping by pulling the arm of Benoit underneath his head and he gets to his feet with Benoit in the headlock and Benoit pushes Jericho through the ropes to the floor. Benoit considers going to the outside of the ring but the referee quickly cuts him off.

    Jericho climbs back into the ring and the two men once again circle the ring, looking for an opening before Benoit challenges Jericho to a test of strength, Jericho accepts and they lock hands both men look equal for a moment but Benoit pours on the power and takes Jericho down to the knee, Jericho gets to his feet and then delivers a kick to the leg of Benoit, he then uses his momentum to whip Benoit around until he is on the mat, their hands are still locked together but Jericho has momentum on the ground, continuing to be one step ahead of Benoit. Jericho then pulls Benoit back to his feet and delivers a kick to the stomach, he then grasps Benoit by the hand and twists the arm and then chops him in the chest, taking the wind out of Benoit. Jericho looks at Benoit in the eye and then chops him again screaming “How do you like it”.

    Benoit is on his knees and Jericho throws him into the ropes, Benoit reverses the momentum and Jericho comes off the ropes, Benoit lowers his head and Jericho executes a perfect hurricanrana, he covers…1…2…kickout. Benoit gets to his feet, and Jericho is on him immediately, catching him in a headlock and taking him back down to the mat. Frustration begins to set in on Chris Benoit, he is being beat at his own game on the ground and can’t use any high impact offense, and at the same time Jericho is always one step ahead of him.

    Benoit then learns a lesson from Chris Jericho and escapes the headlock by pulling his arm underneath Benoit’s, switching the pressure allowing him to escape. Benoit fights to his feet and delivers a few stiff elbows to the gut of Jericho. Benoit then gets some momentum behind him and bounces off the ropes, Jericho goes for a knee but Benoit dives through it into a rollup, but Jericho kicks out. Benoit gets to his feet first and he finally gets the advantage, scoring with a hard knockdown. Jericho gets to his feet and Benoit realizes that he has to pick up the tempo so he sends Jericho to the outside with a hard clothesline and Jericho falls to the floor. He watches as Jericho gets to his feet and he runs off the ropes and dives through with a suicide dive but Jericho ducks and Benoit crashes hard into the barricade.

    Both Benoit and Jericho are down on the outside, the referee doesn’t even bother counting because he knows that this match won’t end on countout, instead he goes to the outside of the ring to try to get the two of them back to their feet. Jericho is up first and he slides into the ring. As Jericho recovers in the ring, Benoit gets to his feet on the outside; Benoit climbs to the apron as Jericho springboards off the second rope into a dropkick, knocking Benoit off the apron to the ground below. Jericho then waits for Benoit to get to his feet again and looks to springboard over the top rope into a crossbody, but Benoit baits him and moves at the last moment and this time Jericho crashes to the floor.

    It’s at this moment that a light goes off in the head of Benoit and he starts to attack Jericho immediately, Benoit drives his elbow into the back of the head, he then picks him up and drops him sternum first on the barricade, before sending Jericho back into the ring. Benoit lays down the boots to Jericho a little bit before he lifts him to his feet, Benoit whips Jericho into the ropes but Jericho reverses and he connects with a stiff knee to the gut of Benoit, which grounds the wolverine. Jericho then traps Benoit in the corner and he attacks him with right hands and then starts driving the shoulder into Benoit in the corner. Jericho sends Benoit into the opposite corner and then charges in but Benoit moves and Jericho runs straight into the ring post. Jericho holds onto his shoulder in pain and then Benoit throws Jericho into the steel ring post, shoulder first for the second time.

    Benoit then begins to target the shoulder of Chris Jericho, finally getting the opening that he has been looking for. Benoit picks Jericho up in a back suplex and drops him down, making sure that Jericho lands directly on his shoulder. Benoit then grabs Jericho’s shoulder and delivers a clubbing blow, which instantly takes Jericho down, who holds his shoulder in pain. Benoit then grabs Jericho by the shoulder and begins to deliver a few shots to the midsection, looking to knock the wind out of Jericho. Benoit then grabs Jericho by the shoulder and twists it before wrenching it and forcing all his momentum on the shoulder of Jericho, throwing him in an arm drag and then locking on the arm bar. Jericho is in trouble as Benoit has a fujuria arm bar in the center of the ring, Jericho is forced to straighten out the arm shortening the gap, which takes off pressure from the shoulder long enough for Jericho to maneuver himself into position and he kicks away at the head of Benoit forcing him to break the hold.

    Jericho is slow to get back to his feet and Benoit climbs up behind him he grabs him by the waist and executes a German Suplex he holds as Jericho gets to his feet and executes a second suplex. Jericho gets to his feet as Benoit looks for a third one, Jericho blocks it and does a go behind, locking the waist of Benoit, he tries to lift Benoit for a suplex but the damage to the arm kicks in and he can’t lift Benoit, who rolls through the hold and grabs Jericho by the leg, he looks for the Sharpshooter! Jericho struggles and manages to turn it into a small package but Benoit kicks out and then knocks down Jericho.

    Benoit grabs Jericho with a reverse headlock and starts to wear down Jericho, using the very move that Jericho had used to frustrate him earlier. This time Jericho has to find his way out of the simple move, but the champion fights his way to his feet. Jericho gets back to his feet and drives his elbow several times into the chest of Benoit, breaking the hold, then pushing Benoit into the ropes. Jericho looks for a kick but Benoit puts the breaks on and catches his foot, Jericho looks to recover with an Enziguri but Benoit ducks the kick and then knocks him down from behind and locks in the CRIPPLER CROSSFACE! Jericho is trapped in the Crossface in the center of the ring, but he is quick enough to react and rolls over until he has enough leverage for a cover…1…2…Benoit rolls through the hold and back into the Crossface, but in doing so he gets close to the ropes, allowing Jericho to use the ropes to break the hold.

    Jericho gets to his feet, holding his arm in pain and Benoit continues the assault, working on the arm of Jericho. He grabs him by the arm and executes a modified dragon screw, wrenching on the arm instead of the leg. Benoit takes Jericho down to the mat and drops the leg on Jericho, furthering the damage to the arm of Jericho. Benoit allows Jericho to get back to his feet and again he locks him in an armbar, continuing to increase the pressure on the arm of Jericho, but the champion manages to connect with an elbow in the back of the head, which stuns Benoit long enough to connect with a running enziguri to the back of Benoit’s head, and both men are down.

    Both men struggle to their feet, Jericho is first to his feet and he runs at Benoit scoring with a clothesline, Jericho runs off the ropes again and drops Benoit with another clothesline. Benoit struggles to his feet and Jericho comes up from behind hi and connects with the Flashback. Jericho covers but Benoit kicks out. Jericho grabs his arm as he gets to his feet, still obviously in pain and he waits for Benoit to get back to his feet and he connects with a running bulldog. Jericho sees an opening and looks for the Lion Sault but Benoit moves out of the way, and Jericho lands on his feet. Jericho runs at him but Benoit catches him with a swift knee to the gut and it takes Jericho over. Jericho gets back to his feet long enough to get knocked over the top rope to the floor.

    Benoit goes to the outside to follow him and he throws him into the barricade. Benoit then follows Jericho in and he knocks him straight over the barricade into the crowd. Jericho gets back to his feet and Benoit follows him into the crowd. He delivers a few shots to the face of Jericho and the two men brawl back towards the ring. Benoit charges at Jericho but Y2J ducks enough and back drops Benoit over the barricade to the floor. Jericho struggles to his feet as Benoit is still on his face on the outside. Jericho sees Benoit on the floor and he fights to his feet, springboarding off the barricade into an reverse elbow that knocks Benoit down. Jericho then holds his shoulder with pain as the same shoulder he used to deliver the move was the one damaged by Benoit earlier.

    Jericho is back on his feet first and tries to get some blood flow back in his arm, Jericho then throws Benoit into the steel ring steps on the outside as the referee admonishes him. Jericho then goes to grab a steel chair as the fans react accordingly. Jericho goes to attack Benoit but the referee takes the chair away from him. Benoit struggles back to his feet and sees Jericho’s attention turned away from him and looks to attack him, but Jericho turns around in time and hits a drop toe hold, driving Benoit’s head into the steel steps. Jericho gets back to his feet again and goes to attack Benoit but the referee gets in the way. Jericho backs off and the referee goes to check on Benoit, but Jericho then charges in and connects with a bulldog, driving the head back into the steel steps. Jericho then turns to a fan in the front row and yells “I’M THE KING OF THE WORLD”

    Jericho then pulls Benoit back to his feet near a table and then positions himself to connect a German Suplex. Benoit blocks the Suplex attempt and fights for his life, trying to escape the waist lock, he succeeds and then does a go behind and lifts Jericho to his feet and drops Jericho onto the announce table with a GERMAN SUPLEX! The referee has had enough and forces Benoit back into the ring as Jericho struggles back to his feet. The referee begins to count but Benoit shoves him out of the way, and then runs at Jericho with a suicide dive but Jericho grabs the steel chair and cracks him in the face as he flies through the ropes.

    Jericho gets to his feet and throws Benoit back into the ring. Jericho then covers Benoit and looks for the 3 count….1….2…KICKOUT! Jericho can’t believe that somehow Benoit kicked out of it. Chris Jericho then grabs Chris Benoit in a powerbomb position and looks to lift him up. He struggles to get him up because of the condition of his shoulder. He tries again and this time he manages to pick up Benoit and connects with a Powerbomb, Jericho holds on and tries to lift him up again and succeeds dropping him with a second Powerbomb, but in doing so Jericho does more damage to the shoulder. Jericho fights to put his shoulder across Benoit’s chest and the referee counts; but Benoit kicks out again!

    Jericho gets back to his feet first and lifts up Benoit in a front face lock and lifts him to the top rope. Jericho delivers a couple of shots and then climbs to the top rope with him, he hooks up Benoit and looks for a Super-Plex but he can’t lift him because of the injured shoulder, Benoit is then able to push Jericho off the top rope and he crashes to the canvas. Jericho is down in the center of the ring and he gets to his senses, leaping off with a Diving Head butt but Jericho moves out of the way and Benoit crashes and burns. Jericho begins to crawl over towards Benoit and puts his shoulder over Benoit and covers, 1 2 kickout!

    Jericho gets to his feet first and he manages to catch Benoit with a standing dropkick, backing Chris Benoit back into the corner. Jericho gets back on the attack and lifts him back to the top rope. Jericho then climbs to the top rope and again tries to connect with a Super Plex but Benoit blocks it and reverses it, lifting him up and dropping him face first on the mat. Benoit then plans to come off the top rope as he measures Jericho, but Y2J falls on the ropes at just the right moment and Benoit loses his footing and falls bad on the top rope. Jericho gathers his senses and realizes the position that Benoit is in, he climbs to the top rope and connects with the JERICHO SPIKE! (Top Rope Hurricanrana)

    Both men are down and Jericho is unable to take advantage of the high risk maneuver. Jericho is the first one to his feet and he sizes up Benoit, he runs off the ropes as Benoit gets to his feet and he looks for a running bulldog but Benoit manages to counter; throwing Jericho across the ring. Jericho struggles back to his feet and Benoit comes up from behind, locking him by the waist and taking him over for a German Suplex! Benoit holds on and continues to roll with the Germans, hitting a second suplex, and then a third suplex. Benoit continues to hold on and he hits a fourth German Suplex. Benoit continues to hold on and Jericho can barely stand on his own, so Benoit forces him to his feet, Jericho tries to hold and he hits a fifth German Suplex….Benoit continues to bring the suplex, finally stopping after he finished 10 GERMAN SUPLEXES.

    Benoit looks at Jericho on the mat and he signals for the end, and steps to the apron and finally walking to the top rope. Jericho is still down on the other side of the ring and Benoit flies off the top rope, connecting with a DIVING HEADBUTT! The impact of the headbutt drives deep into Benoit’s neck and he can’t capitalize on the headbutt right away, but Benoit manages to pull himself back together and closer to Jericho so that he can make the cover, 1……..2……NEW CHAMPION……..KICKOUT! Benoit cannot believe that Jericho kicked out of the headbutt. Benoit then looks at Jericho again and this time blows his nose on him, before he walks towards the ropes and climbs to the top rope again. Jericho stumbles around and Benoit leaps off, but Jericho catches him by the legs and then twists him over, locking him in the WALLS OF JERICHO! Benoit is in serious trouble and reaches out towards the ropes but they are nowhere to be found. Jericho leans back, putting more pressure on the back of Benoit, but the Rabid Wolverine will not quit and he drags himself towards the ropes, finally making it there to break the hold.

    Jericho then pulls him back in the center of the ring and tries to lock him in the Walls of Jericho again but this time Benoit is able to fight it and blocks the hold, pushing him back with his legs. Jericho is quick enough to get to his feet and get behind Benoit, he looks for a German Suplex of his own but Benoit blocks it and does a go behind, into a waist lock, he goes for a German Suplex but Jericho is able to land on his feet, he grabs Benoit from behind and connects with the BREAKDOWN! Jericho quickly covers but somehow Benoit breaks the count. Jericho then calls for the end and springboards off the ropes with the LIONSAULT! Jericho connects and then crawls over to make the cover….1….2….KICKOUT! Jericho cannot believe it and tears are literally crying down his face.

    Jericho then goes for another Lion Sault but this time Benoit gets his legs up and drives the knee into Jericho. Benoit gets back to his feet and then pulls Jericho down by the arm and locks in the CROSSFACE! Benoit has Jericho locked in the center of the ring and Jericho is in serious trouble, he reaches for the ropes but they aren’t there and so he has no choice but to fight towards the ropes, he crawls, forcing himself to carry Benoit’s weight as well as his own on the injured shoulder but somehow Jericho gets to the ropes and the referee calls for the break, Benoit holds on as long as he can but still cannot believe that Jericho escaped.

    Jericho gets to his feet very slowly and then takes him down by the legs and places one leg over the other, looking for the Sharpshooter but Jericho counters with a rollup, Jericho pulls the tights….1……2….KICKOUT! Jericho slams the mat in frustration and gets to his feet. Benoit turns around in time for Jericho to take him by the legs and look for the Walls of Jericho, he tries to turn him but Benoit pulls him in and gets him in a small package….1….2…KICKOUT! Jericho gets to his feet first and connects with a thumb to the eye. He then drapes Benoit over the ropes and then runs gathering some momentum and drops his own body weight on the back of Benoit. Jericho covers…1….2….KICKOUT!

    Jericho demands that he got the count of three and argues with the referee and pushes him down. He yells “DISQUALIFY ME YOU SON OF A BITCH” and goes to attack the referee but Benoit is on his feet, he turns him around and looks for a right hand, Benoit ducks and almost hits the referee but he puts the breaks on, he turns around and Jericho grabs him by the legs and tries to get him locked in the Walls of Jericho, Y2J almost gets him turned but Benoit grabs him by the arm and pulls him down, locking in the CRIPPER CROSSFACE IN THE CENTER OF THE RING. Jericho is in trouble, his shoulder is probably separated and twice he has had to endure the Crossface, but once again he pulls himself towards the ropes. He almost gets there but Benoit releases the hold and pulls him back to the center of the ring and once again locks in the CRIPPER CROSSFACE! Jericho has nowhere to go, he tries to get out of it by rolling through the pressure but Benoit has the leverage and keeps the Crossface on, in the center of the ring, Jericho has no choice and FINALLY TAPS OUT!

    Winner and NEW WWE CHAMPION: CHRIS BENOIT
    Benoit sits up on his knees, crying realizing that he has finally achieved his dream as the referee hands him the WWE Championship and he looks at it and tears of joy flow down his face, as he has finally done it. Confetti begins to fall from the rafters as he turns around and Eddie Guerrero is standing there, with the Intercontinental Championship around his shoulder, respect and pride in his eyes. He claps and congratulates his friend and then embraces him in the center of the ring, as the two men that had traveled 20 years together, had finally arrived, at the biggest stage of them all, both as champions.

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    Mick Foley, “What happens when you take the greatest wrestler of the 1990’s and match him up against the greatest wrestler in the world today? What happens when you take an American Patriot, and clash him against a Canadian Hero, what happens when you take two of the most proud athletes and put them in the ring together, the answer is a classic. For over a year Bret Hart and Kurt Angle worked together in the WWE without ever crossing paths, the question wasn’t if the two would ever clash, the only question was when these two men would finally come together, and the two men finally battled it out in 2005. The two wrestled in 3 spectacular matches including a Steel Cage Match and an Iron-Man Match, however as the saying goes “You always remember your first time” and the first time these two met, was at Backlash.”

    Both Kurt Angle and Bret Hart had never faced off in the same ring, in fact only twice had the two ever been in the ring at the same time, No Way Out 04 when Bret Hart returned against Team McMahon (featuring Kurt Angle) in a War Games Match, and the 2005 Royal Rumble, when Bret Hart was eliminated by Chris Benoit, the eventual winner of the Rumble. The night after Wrestlemania, Kurt Angle came out and demanded a title shot against Chris Benoit, telling the world that not only has he beat Chris Benoit before, but he had beaten everyone in the business that there was to beat, however he was interrupted by the one man that he had never beaten before, the Hitman Bret Hart. With wrestling fans and critics alike questioning Angle’s claim as the best wrestler in the world, Angle had no choice but to answer the challenge and prove that he was the best the business had to offer. However Angle made sure that going in he would have the advantage, attacking Bret Hart the week before Backlash, and throwing him off the stage with a dangerous Belly to Belly Suplex.

    ‘Medal’ hits the speakers and Kurt Angle appears on the stage in his classic red & white tights, with his red Olympic jacket. Angle reaches for the rafters as pyros go off behind him. Angle begins walking to the ring and walks up the steps, stepping through the ropes and into the ring, he spins in the ring before removing his jacket and handing his gold medals to the referee as ‘Hitman’ blasts over the speakers and the Hitman appears on the stage, wearing his signature pink and black jacket and Hitman glasses, Bret makes his way to the ring, shaking hands with the fans as they extend their hands to him. Bret then steps into the ring and does his signature pose before stepping outside of the ring to give his glasses to a lucky fan in the audience. For the first time we see the taped ribs of Bret Hart, from the injury sustained earlier in the week. Bret steps back into the ring and the two men lock eyes for the very first time as the bell sounds.

    Bret Hart vs. Kurt Angle

    Both men circle the ring, looking to begin the first exchange of the match, they try to size each other up with a test of strength, but both are unwilling to lock up at the start. They finally lock up in the center of the ring and Angle goes for the headlock and quickly takes him down to the mat, Hart tries to get back to his feet, but Angle has the leverage on him early and keeps him on the mat, unable to get to his feet, he tries to slip out of the hold from behind, but Angle’s grip on the headlock is too strong and he can’t escape that way, so he uses a different approach by rolling through the headlock into a pinfall…1…2…Angle rolls back over into the headlock, and Hart fights his way back to his feet and is successful this time, he pulls at the grip of Angle and finally forces him to break the headlock, grabbing him by the hands he twists him around but Angle executes a drop toe hold and takes him down to the mat, and he locks the headlock on him again.

    Angle has Hart trapped on the mat with the headlock, but this time Hart is able to get to his feet quicker, he breaks the hold again but this time does a go behind of his own and traps Angle in a hammerlock and then into a headlock of his own, getting inside the head of Angle, as he takes him down to the mat. Angle fights his way to his feet, but before he can break the hold, Hart takes him over with a headlock takedown and sinches the hold in further. Angle fights his way to his feet and then pushes Hart into the ropes and Hart comes back knocking him down with a shoulder. Hart runs off the ropes and Angle goes down so Hart leaps over, and on the rebound Angle jumps over Hart, on the second rebound Angle looks for a monkey flip, but Hart catches him by the foot and traps him in the Ankle Lock, Angle quickly manages to roll through the hold, and the two men stare each other down again.

    They come together and lock up again, but this time Angle takes advantage of his power and pushes him into the corner, the two men continue to jock for position and then Angle pushes him so hard into the ropes that both men fall through the ropes to the floor both men get to their feet at the same time and then rush back into the ring. Hart then looks at Angle who wants a test of strength, Hart reluctantly agrees and they lock up with Angle getting the advantage, bringing Hart quickly to his knees, however Hart knows a way out and he maneuvers his legs to Angle’s chest and pushes off, pushing Angle backwards as he pulls Bret back to his feet. Bret then takes advantage of a stunned Angle and does a go behind, locking Angle’s arm behind him.

    Angle is trapped in the center of the ring, and looks for a way out of Hart’s hold, he finds one by executing a go behind and lifting Bret Hart up in a back suplex, but Hart hangs on and lands on top of Angle as the referee counts to 1, but Angle has already kicked out. Angle gets to his feet ready to attack but Hart throws him off his game with a series of arm drag takedowns, not designed to hurt Angle, but to frustrate him and finally Angle backs off and rolls out of the ring to kill the momentum of Bret Hart, and collect his thoughts.

    Angle finally rolls back into the ring as the referee’s count reaches 7 and he looks straight at Hart, the two men begin to circle each other again, but this time Angle challenges Hart by getting down on all fours in a classic amateur wrestling position. Angle continues to challenge him until finally Bret steps up to the plate and positions himself on top of Angle, who quickly rolls through and is on top of Hart. Angle holds him by the waist and then rolls Hart around, attempting to confuse him and throw off his balance, Hart gets his hands down on the mat with Angle still on top of him and then gets his feet in front of him, grabbing Angle by the arm as Angle floats over to try and maintain leverage. Hart tries to grab Angle in headlock, but Angle counters by catching Hart’s arm behind his back and then re-positioning himself in a waist-lock.

    Angle has Hart face down on the mat with a waist lock, again Hart looks for a way out and escapes into a front face headlock, Angle rolls his way through the hold as Hart lands on top of him, but this time Hart’s body is behind Angle instead of in front of him allowing him to roll into his own headlock, but Hart escapes and grabs the arm in a modified arm bar and into a headlock again. Angle escapes and grabs the head of Hart with his body in front and so Hart twists around, switching the leverage allowing him to escape into a waist lock of his own before Angle cold adjust but Angle reverses and grabs the leg of Hart taking him down, he looks for the Ankle Lock but Hart quickly grabs the ropes.

    The referee forces Angle to break the hold and then backs him off, allowing Hart to get back to his feet, as the two men center the ring again and once again Angle tries to convince Hart to play his game by dropping to the mat and the Hitman stands up to the plate again, this time Angle tries to roll through but Hart rolls with him, allowing him to remain in the same position. Angle maneuvers his way out of it with a single leg takedown but Hart quickly grabs him by the head and forces him down in a headlock but Angle flips over into a pin cover but Hart quickly escapes it. Angle then grabs him by the waist and quickly takes him down, beginning to ride him in the center of the ring, stepping up his game and allowing Hart to know that he isn’t in his league. Angle is on top of Hart and then he begins to slap him around on the back of the head before he releases him.

    Hart gets to one knee as Angle backs one knee and Angle again goats him on to wrestle his style and once again, Bret steps up to the challenge, but this time instead of wrestling him, he grabs his arm behind him and places his foot on Angle’s back, forcing his entire body to the ground. Hart then grabs his other arm and then stretches Angle out, foot on his back, pulling at both arms. Hart then furthers the situation, he places his knees on the back of Angle and locks his arms, before placing him in a a surfboard, Angle has nowhere to go, and no choice but to endure the pain. Hart then releases the hold and quickly traps Angle by the waist and begins to ride him around a bit, before slapping him around on the back of the head.

    Angle gets to his feet and stares down Bret Hart, suddenly something inside Angle’s head snaps and he explodes on Hart, he grabs Hart in waist lock and brings him back to his feet before taking him down again, Hart tries to escape using the arm of Angle, but he moves with him and rolls through, still maintaining the waist lock, Hart rolls through again trying to get angle to loosen the hold and it works as he is able to slip his arm through long enough to break Angle’s concentration and get to the ropes.

    Hart and Angle lock up again and Hart does a go behind into a hammerlock, but Angle elbows him in the back and breaks up the hold, he runs off the ropes and scores a shoulder knockdown. He then runs off the ropes again as Hart goes down and Angle jumps over but Hart surprises him with an arm drag, and then he locks in an arm bar.

    Angle brings Hart closer to him, bridging the gap allowing him to get to his feet and reverse the pressure on the hold, he then turns it into a headlock and then takes him over, but Hart escapes and grabs him by the arm in a hammerlock, Angle then reverses and gets a hammerlock on Hart and then drives him into the bottom of the mat. Hart gets to his feet and looks for an escape, instead he ops for a back suplex but Angle rolls through it into a cover…1…2…kickout. Hart gets to his feet but Angle is one step ahead with a drop toe hold, he then holds Hart’s head against the mat and screams in his ear. Hart grabs the ropes and the referee breaks the count.

    Hart gets to his feet and everything is clear to him, he can’t out-wrestle Kurt Angle like he could have in the past, Angle is stronger, and quicker. But Hart is smarter. Hart and Angle lock up again and Hart instantly surprises Angle with a Belly to Belly Suplex. Angle gets to his feet and Hart is on him right away, he throws him into the ropes and quickly and methodically executes a dropkick to the leg of Kurt Angle. Angle holds onto the leg and Hart quickly grabs the leg and starts to attack his point of balance. Hart grabs him by the leg and pulls on it a couple times, trying to dislocate it, he then grabs it again and flips over it, adding a tremendous amount of torque the leg of Angle and Hart has found his opening.

    Hart grabs Angle by the leg and wraps it around his own leg, he then falls back, putting all of his weight on the lower part of Angle’s leg. Angle screams out in pain and Hart repeats the move two more times, putting more and more damage on the leg of Angle. Hart then pulls Angle back to his feet and continues his assault, grabbing Angle by the foot and executing a dragon screw. Hart then drags Angle over to the ropes and places his leg on the ropes, he then jumps up and drops his entire weight on the leg of Angle.

    Bret Hart now has his complete attention focused on the leg of Kurt Angle, he slides to the outside of the ropes, grabbing Angle by the leg and drags him to the ring post. Hart then whips Angle’s leg into the steel ring post as the Olympian cries out in pain. The referee warns Hart to stop but he ignores him, driving his leg into the ring post a second, and a third time. Hart then gets an idea and pulls both of Angle’s legs through the ring post, he locks Angle’s legs together and executes the deadly Figure Four Leg Lock around the ring post. Angle continues to scream in pain and the referee goes to the outside, forcing Hart to release the hold.

    Hart releases the hold and then returns to the referee, he grabs Angle by both legs and then drops a questionable headbutt to the thigh of Angle. Hart then grabs Angle by the leg and sets him up for another Figure Four Leg Lock but Angle kicks Hart into the steel ring post. Angle slowly gets to his feet and pulls Hart out of the corner, hitting a German Suplex. He covers, but the referee only gets a 2 count. Hart gets to his feet quickly but Angle is up and both men catch each other with a clothesline and both men are down.

    Hart gets back to his feet and goes for a right hand but Angle ducks and attempts the Angle Slam, however Hart has studied it and moves through with an arm drag before Angle gets to his feet and he connects with a atomic drop. Hart then comes off the ropes but Angle surprises him by grabbing him with a Belly to Belly Suplex. Angle gets to his feet and struggles to walk into the corner, he begins to assault him with a couple uppercuts and then throws him into the other side of the ring, the force takes Angle off his feet, and Hart goes sternum first into the turnbuckle.

    Hart gets back to his feet but Angle is also up and he blindsides him with a knee to the back knocking him into the turnbuckle once again. Angle pulls him out of the corner and grabs him by the waist, hitting him with a German Suplex, driving Hart’s shoulders and back into the canvas, he holds on and hits a second German Suplex and we can see the eyes of Hart go glassy. Angle continues the momentum, lifting Hart up for another one, but Hart does a go behind waistlock and executes his own German Suplex on Angle, Hart decides to give Angle some of his own medicine and holds on for a second German Suplex. Hart tries for a third one but Angle rolls through into the Ankle Lock. Hart reaches for the ropes, but they are far away, so he rolls it into a cover but Angle kicks out.

    Angle gets back to his feet and he stands behind Hart as he struggles to get to his feet, he grabs Hart and looks for the Angle Slam but Hart lands behind him on his feet and then pushes him into the ropes, rolling him up on the rebound, but Angle kicks out. Angle gets to his feet and charges at Hart but he moved and Angle crashes into the ropes and Hart grabs him with a bulldog and takes him down. Hart covers, but Angle kicks out. So Hart gets back to his feet and connects with a Russian Leg Sweep. Hart covers again but Angle kicks out.

    Hart then lifts Angle up in an atomic drop than runs off the ropes with a clothesline knocking down Kurt Angle. Hart doesn’t bother to count because Angle is already on his feet, so he throws him into the corner and starts to deliver a beating as the fans count how many right hands Hart delivers to his adversary. Hart then lifts him to the top rope and looks for a Super-Plex and he connects with it. Hart covers but somehow Angle kicks out at 2. Hart then decides to go to the top rope and Angle recovers fast enough and limps over to the top rope for a Belly to Belly Throw but he falls on the second rope. Hart then comes off with an elbow to the throat but Angle still kicks out.

    Hart gets to his feet first and grabs Angle by the legs, he locks in the Sharpshooter and Angle screams in pain, Angle looks for a possible way to escape and he tries to get to the bottom rope, he has along way to go and nearly taps out but at the last moment he gets to the bottom rope and breaks the hold. Hart pulls him into the center of the ring and tries to lock the Sharpshooter in again, but Angle executes a small package…1…2…kickout.

    Angle gets to his feet first and kicks Hart and connects with a DDT and covers but Hart kicks out. Hart gets to his feet and Angle takes him over the top rope with a stiff clothesline. Angle wants to go outside but the referee won’t allow him. As Hart gets to his feet Angle blocks him and the two men start exchanging right hands. Hart tries to suplex Angle to the outside, but Angle blocks it and then drops Hart’s throat on the ropes. Hart slowly gets to his feet and Angle builds up momentum knocking Hart off the ring apron and threw the Spanish Announce Table.

    Hart is out on the outside as it appears that his head landed on the television monitor. Angle goes to the outside and grabs Hart, who can’t even stand and slowly maneuvers him back into the ring. Angle then slides into the ring and he covers, looking for the easy victory…1…2…KICKOUT! Angle can’t believe it and he decides that the match is over and he pulls down the straps. Angle lifts up Hart and connects with the Angle Slam! Angle is convinced that the match is over and doesn’t bother to hook the leg…1…2…KICKOUT!

    Angle goes ballistic in the center of the ring, he can’t possibly believe that Hart managed to kick out of the Angle Slam, he stomps around the ring in a temper tantrum and puts the straps back on. He waits for Hart to get to his feet, but Hart doesn’t even move. Angle waits for another 15 seconds, but still no movement from Hart so he decides that Hart is nearly out, so he walks over to Bret Hart and signals for the end, pulling the straps back down, but as he does it, Hart outsmarts him and catches him with a small package…1…2…3.

    Winner via pinfall, Bret Hart
    Angle can’t believe that he was outsmarted and snaps at the referee but to no avail as both the referee and Hart leave the ring and Angle throws a temper tantrum in the middle of the ring.

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    When the Best of 2005 returns, once again we go back to the WWE studio where Mick Foley is watching the monitor. On the monitor is footage of Edge performing his unique entrance before a live crowd.

    Mick Foley, “The Year of 2005 was most certainly the year for creating new stars, and arguably the most popular of these superstars was Edge. 2005 was the year of Edge as he participated in high profile matches against Stone Cold Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels, Undertaker and The Rock. He even headlined his second PPV challenging for the WWE championship, where he came just short of beating Brock Lesnar. But the single match that elevated him to superstardom was a match against the Corporate Champion, The Rock at Backlash. It was a match that proved what almost everyone backstage knew, that Edge had all the tools to become a major player in the business.

    After coming up just short of winning the WWE championship on 2 occasions, and losing the Money in the Bank opportunity to Eddie Guerrero. Edge decided once and for all to test the waters, to prove that he was in fact a main event player. So he picked a fight with the biggest baddest superstar he could find, and he found The Rock. The Rock had been on the top of the company.

    The lights go out and a helicopter appears on the titantron. The video shows the helicopter flying over the city of Los Angeles with its search light on, panning over the city and a major freeway before IS COOKIN appears on the screen and The Rock’s signature music plays as the crowd shows their displeasure in the Corporate Champion and Hollywood Sellout, The Rock. The Rock makes his slow saunter to the ring before climbing the steps and walking the apron, before stepping into the ring and walking to the far corner and climbing it. He raises his arm and the fans show their displeasure once again before the lights go out and ‘Never Gonna Stop’ by Rob Zombie blasts as the strobe light begins to flash and fog appears on the stage. Edge steps through the fog wearing his trademark jacket and plays with the crowd from the stage, he then walks down to the ring and slides in, staring at the Rock before he climbs to the top rope and gets the fans hyped up before he steps down and removes his jacket as the bell sounds.

    Edge vs. The Rock

    Both men stare each other down in the center of the ring, getting nose to nose and the two begin to talk trash to each other. The two men then take one step back and then lunge at each other at the same time in a collar and elbow tieup, neither man gets the advantage and they both break it in the center of the ring. The two men back up for a moment and then prepare to engage again. They lock up again in the same collar and elbow tieup and Rock gets the advantage, pulling Edge’s head into a headlock. Edge looks for an escape and grabs the wrists of Rock and pulls his head underneath the grip, while maintaining control of his opponent’s arms, he then reverses the momentum and position until he is behind Rock and he returns the favor, locking him in a side headlock.

    Edge takes Rock down to one knee with the headlock, but then Rock gets to his feet and pushes Edge off the ropes and Edge comes back with a shoulder that knocks down Rock. The Great One rolls into the corner to avoid any further onslaught and the two lock eyes as Rock gets back to his feet. The two men lock up again and Rock targets the arm of Edge, grabbing him by the hand and then twisting the arm, again Edge reverses and grabs Rock by the arm and twists it as Rock loses his balance and falls to one knee, Rock gets back to his feet and Edge continues to wrench at it, then he puts him in a headlock again and Rock pushes him into the ropes, this time Rock ducks down and Edge hops over him, Rock then leaps over him and turns around where Edge once again connects with a shoulder that knocks him down.

    The two men then lock up again and Rock pushes him into the corner, the referee then asks for a clean break and he gets one before Rock gives him a shot to the face. Rock then looks for another shot but Edge ducks it and delivers a right hand of his own. Rock then counters and connects with a couple right hands, and then pulls him out of the corner and locks in the side headlock again. Edge pushes him into the ropes and heads into the ropes himself, the two men bounce off the ropes but just miss each other and run off the ropes again, and once again just miss each other as the two run across the ropes. Finally Rock drops down and Edge leaps over, once again knocking him down with a shoulder. Edge then quickly takes Rock over with a headlock takedown and has him on the mat.

    Edge keeps Rock on the mat for nearly a minute but Rock finally fights his way back to his feet and he throws Edge into the ropes but Edge knocks him down again with a shoulder. Edge then comes off the ropes and hits him again with the shoulder and then again with the shoulder and Rock flees to the outside. Rock is livid on the outside and argues with the referee as the referee begins his count and Rock finally makes his way back into the ring.

    The two men lock up again in the center of the ring and this time Rock uses his power advantage and pushes Edge into the corner, where he delivers a right hand, he goes for another one but Edge blocks it and connects with a right hand of his own. Edge goes for another and another which stun the Rock, finally Edge bounces off the ropes and Rock catches him, he sidesteps him and throws him over the top rope with a tremendous amount of force as Edge crashes into the side of the announce table.

    Rock then points to his head, showing the crowd the obvious fact that he outsmarted Edge. Rock then goes to the outside and bashes his head against the steel ring post and then rolls him back into the ring. Rock covers, but the referee kicks out at 1. Rock then delivers a kick to the face of Edge. He pulls Edge back to his feet and then begins to tattoo Edge with right hands to the face, finally raising his arm into the air and spitting at it before he knocks Edge over the top rope with a right hand and the referee admonishes him.

    Edge is down on the outside and The Rock follows him again, he picks him up and slams his head against the outside barricade and then into the steel ring post again. Rock then grabs Edge by the head and throws him back into the ring, he slides into the ring and covers…1…2…kickout. Rock gets back to his feet. Rock then begins to just stomp away at the head and body of Edge as he lies defenseless on the ground, finally the referee backs him off and he turns to the crowd and raises his eye brow, informing the crowd that he is laying the Smackdown on Edge. He then throws Edge into the ropes and takes him over with a Belly to Belly throw. The Rock covers but Edge kicks out at two.

    Edge gets to his feet and Rock lays into him with a stiff right hand, backing him into the corner where he just continues to deliver a beating to Edge. He takes Edge by the hair and smashes his head against each individual turnbuckle (three turnbuckles per corner) and then releases him as Edge staggers out of the corner Rock runs off the ropes and scores with a hard clothesline. Rock covers, but once again Edge kicks out. Rock gets a smile on his face, knowing that he in control of the match.

    Rock allows Edge to get back to his feet and slaps the taste out of his mouth, this fires Edge up and he swings at Rock, but the Rock ducks it and then kicks him in the gut and connects with a DDT! Rock again points to his head, showing his intelligence and covers, but Edge kicks out. Rock begins to show a little sign of frustration as he lifts Edge to his feet, he throws Edge into the ropes and looks for a chop but Edge ducks it and Rock then looks for a right hand but Edge slides through the legs of the Rock. Edge then charges at Rock who catches him with a sleeper hold.

    Edge is in trouble as Rock ensures that the sleeper hold is locked in the center of the ring, the referee quickly comes over to ensure he has a good view of the situation as Edge slowly begins to fade, dropping both arms to his side and falling to one knee, Rock tells the referee to check his arms and the referee does so, raising one arm into the air and dropping it…1…again the referee raises his arm into the air with the same result…2…the referee raises it in the air and it begins to fall….but then shoots back up and Edge gets some energy into his system, he tries to elbow his way out of it and does, causing separation, but he turns around and misses a punch and Rock catches him in an abdominal stretch.

    Rock has the stretch locked in the center of the ring and once again Edge is in serious trouble. Rock doesn’t just settle for the stretch as he uses his free arm to deliver repeated blows into the abdomen of Edge. Rock then stops the assault but maintains the hold as he reaches for the ropes and pulls on it while the referee isn’t looking, finally the referee catches him and kicks Rock’s hand off the ropes, at this time Edge gathers enough momentum to flip Rock over to the mat. Edge holds onto his ribs as Rock gets to his feet, he looks for the Edgecution but Rock pushes him back into the turnbuckles.

    The Rock then drives his shoulder into the ribs of Edge, focusing his assault on the injured ribs. Rock then throws Edge into the opposite corner but Edge comes out fo the corner fired up and connects with a clothesline. Rock gets to his feet and Edge knocks him down with another clothesline, and then a third clothesline. Edge holds on to his ribs again but manages to connect with the Flapjack. He covers but the Rock kicks out. Rock struggles to his feet and Edge throws him into the ropes, Rock comes off the rebound and goes behind Edge, floating over him and connecting with a DDT! Rock covers, but somehow Edge gets his arm up.

    The Rock argues with the referee but then turns his attention back to Edge, he grabs Edge by the legs and separates them before kicking Edge in the ribs several times, just stomping away at the ribs, then while Edge holds his ribs in pain, Rock quickly takes advantage and locks in the Sharpshooter. Edge is in trouble, in the center of the ring and locked in the Sharpshooter. Edge tries to pull himself to the bottom ropes, but Rock sits down further, adding more weight that Edge cannot pull on his own. Edge then gets some adrenaline flowing in him and pushes up, relieving the extra weight of Rock, allowing him to crawl to the ropes and break the hold.

    Rock then gets to his feet first and just waits for Edge to get up, when he does Rock connects with a stiff right hand and Edge bounces off the ropes and back into another right hand, Edge bounces off another section of rope and once again connects with Rock’s right hand. Rock continues to strike him as Edge falls into the ropes and then rebounds into another punch until Edge finally breaks the chain, hitting Rock with a desperation Spear! Edge can’t make anything out of the spear as he has been far too injured during the match and both men get to their feet. Rock goes for a right hand but Edge picks up the pace and runs underneath the attempt and into a Crossbody which takes Rock down. Edge covers…1…2…kickout. Rock is back to his feet but Edge grabs him and quickly rolls him up…1…2…kickout. Edge gets to his feet and Rock scores with a Samoan Drop…1…2…kickout.

    Rock then prepares for the Rock Bottom as he sets up Edge, he grabs him in position but Edge elbows his way out of it and Rock falls back into the ropes, where he rebounds into a dropkick from Edge. Both men are slow to get to their feet but Rock is the first and he grabs Edge, throwing him into the ropes, he lowers his head and Edge grabs him, he tries for an Edgecution but Rock blocks it and so Edge turns it into a neckbreaker. Edge is fatigued and once again cannot capitalize as both men lie in the middle of the ring as the referee makes his count

    Both men get to their knees at the same time and start hammering at each other, exchanging right hand for forearm in the middle of the ring. Both men get to their feet and continue exchanging blows, Edge ducks a right hand and grabs Rock with a Russian Leg Sweep and covers, but Rock kicks out. Edge gets to his feet and whips Rock into the ropes, but the Rock reverses and connects with the Spinebuster. Rock then positions himself for the Corporate Elbow and throws his elbow pad into the crowd, he runs off one rope, leaps over Edge and then bounces off the other and hits the Corporate Elbow, but instead of hitting Edge, he hit the canvas as Edge moved out of the way, and both men are down.

    Edge is the first to get to his feet and he steps to the outside and climbs to the top rope, but Rock gets to his feet and knocks him down. Edge is trapped on the top rope and The Rock climbs to the top rope with him, he tries for a Super Plex but Edge knocks him off the top rope and then Edge leaps off with the Crossbody, but Rock rolls through..1…2…kickout. Rock gets to his feet first and scores with a hard clothesline, knocking down Edge. Rock then sets up for the Rock Bottom again and waits for Edge to get to his feet, he does but Edge maneuvers out of it and into a small package, Edge covers…1…2..kickout.

    Edge argues with the referee that he had him for three, but as he does Rock surprises him with a rollup of his own…1…2….kickout. Rock gets to his feet and then throws Edge into the ropes, Rock lowers his head and Edge locks him in position for the Edgecution but Rock maneuvers out of it into the Rock Bottom, but Edge slips out of the Rock Bottom behind him and grabs him by the head, connecting with the Edge-O-Matic. Edge covers…1….2…kickout. Both men struggle to their feet, Rock gets to his feet first but falls back into the turnbuckle and Edge charges towards him looking for the Spear but Rock moves and Edge crashes into the steel ring post. Rock then pulls him out of the corner with another rollup…1…2…kickout.

    Rock can’t believe it and then he stands behind Edge, begging him to get to his feet, positioning himself for the Rock Bottom once again but Edge pushes him into the corner. Edge then backs off and calls Rock on, he charges with the Spear but at the last moment Rock leaps over Edge and he crashes into head first into the turnbuckle. Rock again gets behind him looking for the Rock Bottom as Edge slowly gets to his feet, he staggers as he turns around and The Rock grabs him for a Rock Bottom but Edge wraps his leg around Rock’s blocking the hold and then he drops Rock face first with the Downward Spiral. Edge covers…1…2…kickout!

    Edge can’t believe that the Rock kicked out, both men get to their feet and Edge executes a backslide…1…2…kickout! Edge begs the referee to count faster allowing Rock time to get to his feet, Rock connects with a right hand that sends Edge backwards. Edge rebounds off the ropes and Rock finally connects with the Rock Bottom. Rock struggles to get his shoulder over a motionless Edge and he believes the match is over….1….2…KICKOUT! The Rock cannot believe that Edge kicked out of the Rock Bottom!

    The Rock gets to his feet and tells the crowd that enough is enough, once again he positions himself in position to deliver the final Rock Bottom. He grabs Edge but Edge maneuvers his way out and grabs Rock by the head, he attempts the Edgecution but the Rock pushes him into the ropes, Rock misses with a clothesline and Edge connects with the SPEAR! Edge covers….1…2…KICKOUT! Edge cannot believe it. Edge gets to his feet and pulls The Rock up with him. Edge whips Rock into the ropes, and looks for a clothesline but the Rock ducks it and then catches Edge with another Samoan Drop.

    The Rock then stands above Edge and looks out into the crowd, he takes off his second elbow pad and throws it into the crowd and crosses his arms, signaling for another Corporate Elbow, but this time Edge grabs him by the legs and rolls him up, Edge has him…1….2…3! EDGE WINS THE WAR!

    Winner via pinfall: Edge


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    WWE SupeRAW returns back to the WWE set with Mick Foley watching highlights of previous encounters between AJ Styles and Paul London from Wrestlemania and Judgment Day (we see Styles brutalize London with a steel chair from Judgment Day)

    Mick Foley, “The year 2005 was a breakout year for both AJ Styles and Paul London. For Paul London, it was a chance to prove that he was the future of the Cruiserweight division, stepping out the shell of Rey Mysterio and making his own name as a fighting Cruiserweight champion. On the other side was AJ Styles, who each and every week was dazzling fans with a combination of determination, heart and breathtaking offense. These two men entered the year as friendly rivals, both fighting for the Cruiserweight Championship and would be involved in several classic matchups including the Ultimate X match from RAW Roulette, the Cruiserweight Title match at Wrestlemania and a bloody brawl that took place at Judgment Day. But perhaps their best match of the year came at Epic Encounter, a week before the King of the Ring pay per view as both men were given the opportunity to steal the show, and they did not disappoint.

    At Summerslam 2004, Paul London defended his Cruiserweight Championship against five challengers in the first Gauntlet for the Gold Match, ultimately losing the title to the Hurricane. AJ Styles, determined to stand up for his friend and rival, challenged for the title at the Royal Rumble but was defeated. A week before No Way Out, The Hurricane, Paul London and AJ Styles battled in the 2nd Ultimate X Match in the WWE, with Paul London winning the Cruiserweight Championship. At Wrestlemania, Paul London successfully defended the title against AJ Styles. Styles assured London that there was no bad blood between them, only friendly competition, but that soon turned out to be a lie. At Backlash, Paul London defended the Cruiserweight title against Rey Mysterio, when AJ Styles interfered, costing London the match. The next week, Styles viciously attacked London backstage. London decided that if Styles wanted to make it a personal rivalry, then he would make it so and the two battled in a bloody brawl at Judgment Day. Styles not being able to beat London again forced a disqualification, before brutally assaulting London again. Four weeks later, AJ Styles and Paul London would get another chance to get their hands on each other, on a night properly entitled: Epic Encounter.

    The lights dim except for a series of spotlights that flash green and purple. ‘Battle Without Honor or Humanity’ hits the speakers and Paul London steps through the curtain and onto the stage. London, wearing his trademark bandana walks to the ring, being sure to touch base with the fans on either side of the entrance barricade, he walks around the ring once, continuing to befriend the crowd before he steps to the ring apron and then climbs to the top rope, jumping over the ropes and into the ring. ‘Burn In My Light’ by Mercy Drive hits the speakers as AJ Styles appears on the stage, arms outstretched showing himself off to the crowd as they jeer in disapproval. Styles walks to the ring and slides in as London stays in the corner, controlling his emotions early, the two move towards each other in the ring as the bell rings.


    Main Event
    AJ Styles vs. Paul London


    The two men circle the ring and both look to engage, but then back off, looking to get into the head of the other. They lock up and instantly Styles uses his power advantage and pushes him into the corner, the referee calls for a clean break and he gets it, much to the surprise of London. The two men lock up again in the center of the ring, Styles grabs London by the head and takes him over with a headlock, but instantly London counters with a headscissor and Styles releases the hold, both men get to their feet at the same time which results in a standoff.

    The two men look to exchange again, and after two false starts the two men finally lock up in the center of the ring, Styles does a go behind and traps London in a hammerlock and brings him down to the mat, London fights back to his feet but Styles uses his leverage and just pulls hard, forcing London to the ground, but London counters bouncing right back to his feet and scoring with an arm drag. Styles gets to his feet and London catches him again with an arm drag, Styles gets to his feet a third time and London sets up for another arm drag but Styles rolls to the outside.

    Styles uses the 10 count given by the referee and recovers, he slides back into the ring and the two men circle the ring again. Both men look to feel each other out and Styles looks for a test of strength and London accepts and both men lock hands, and Styles goes for a quick take down, but London blocks it and gets back to his feet. The lock up and London goes for a quick takedown but Styles gets the leverage and blocks the attempt with a front face headlock. London grabs him by the leg and then goes behind him with a waist lock, Styles grabs London by the head and twists out into another front face headlock, London then grabs the arm and pulls it underneath, allowing him to twist out of the headlock, but the maneuver gives Styles enough leverage to reapply the headlock, London gets out by grabbing the arm and twisting it as both men back to their feet., London grabs Styles in a front face headlock and Styles pushes him over into a cover but London kicks out and both men standoff again.

    Again it looks as if both men want a test of strength and they lock hands, but this allows Styles to pull London into a drop toe hold, Styles then mounts London with a headlock and finally has London locked down on the mat. London tries to get back to a vertical base and maneuvers out of the headlock into a wristlock, which he is able to push Styles into the corner. The two men lock up in a collar and elbow tieup and Styles reaffirms his power advantage over London by pushing him into the ropes again. The referee asks for a clean break and Styles gives him one, which puzzles London. Both men again look to lock up in the center of the ring, and Styles looks for another leg takedown, getting behind London and grabbing his left leg, pulling him down before isolating him with a keylock, Styles then grabs London by the arms and pulls him back for a surfboard but London fights it and gets to one knee. Styles blocks the advance by driving his head into the back of London but London gets back to his feet and is able to maneuver out of the hold, but Styles fights back with another headlock.

    London looks for a way out of the headlock and decides to throw Styles into the ropes and Styles rebounds with a shoulder, knocking down London. Styles then runs off the ropes and London goes down. Styles leaps over him and rebounds as London leap frogs over him and then catches Styles with the monkey flip on another rebound. Styles wants to keep the pace slow so he rolls out of the ring so that London can’t get any momentum. London however decides to take the fight to Styles and walks over to the ropes, springboarding over the top rope into a crossbody on the unsuspecting Styles.

    London and Styles both struggle to their feet with London grabbing his ribs in agony, but he fights off the pain and manages to throw Styles into the ring and covers…1…2…kickout. London decides to pick up the face and he executes a snap mare take-down on Styles before executing a drop kick to the back of the head. London then runs off the ropes and connects with a running senton attack. London covers but Styles kicks out at 2. Styles gets to his feet and London traps him in a abdominal stretch. With London’s ribs bothering him, he decides the best way to even the odds is to target the ribs of AJ Styles. London continues to apply the hold and then drives a couple of hard shots into the ribs of Styles. AJ finally reaches the ropes and the referee forces London to release the hold. London grants the referee the clean break and the two men lock up again in a collar and elbow tieup, but London is quicker than Styles and he does a go behind into an armlock and Styles again looks for an escape and finds it by stepping out of the ring. The referee asks London for a clean break, and he gives it, but Styles has had enough and delivers a stiff right hand, knocking London back.

    Styles then uses the ropes and springboards into the ring, delivering a forearm shot to the face of Paul London. Styles then lifts London to his feet and elevates him all the way to the top rope, the referee requests a clean break and Styles gives it to him, but then pushes him aside and knocks London off the top rope, crashing hard to the floor below. London is on the outside of the ring, holding his leg and something in the head of AJ Styles snaps and he goes to the outside of the ring, he grabs London and throws him shoulder first into the announce table He then lifts him to his feet again and then drives his head repeatedly into the same announce table, before finally throwing London shoulder first into the steel steps yelling “You think you can embarrass me?”

    London is lying on the ground, holding his shoulder, Styles stomps on London a couple of times before he slides into the ring to prevent the 10 count. Styles then rolls out of the ring and lifts up London as he begins to stir, he wraps him in a bearhug and then drives him back first into the steel ring post. AJ Styles rolls back into the ring to prevent the 10 count and London finally rolls into the ring and AJ Styles begins to target the back of Paul London, he lifts up London and then drives him into his knee with a backbreaker, but doesn’t let go, instead he repeats it with another backbreaker and holds on. AJ then drops London a third time with a backbreaker and then finally and quickly drops him gut first on his knee with a gutbuster, knocking the wind out of Paul London.

    AJ Styles continues to work on the back of Paul London, trapping him in another surfboard, this time he gets it completely locked in and London is elevated in the center of the ring with tremendous torque on his back. London looks for a way out and dislodges his leg from Styles’ and then lands on his feet, the momentum forcing Styles to his feet as well, although he still has control of the arms of London, or so he thinks as London powers his way out, lifting his own arms over Styles to break the hold and then pushing Styles into the corner. London charges after him and misses a clothesline, Styles puts on the breaks and then catches London off the rebound with a tilt a whirl backbreaker! Styles covers…1…2…kickout.

    Styles has learned from his previous encounters with London, at Wrestlemania he tried to beat him with speed and it didn’t work. At Judgment Day he tried to beat him to death and it didn’t work. So Styles understands that in order to win this, he must wear down London slowly and prevent the pace from quickening. He delivers a couple of kicks to the head of London and then lifts London to his feet before taking him over with a snapmare into a headlock and London again has to fight his way to his feet. London finally gets back to his feet and drives the elbow into Styles breaking the hold, London grabs Styles in that same headlock and takes him over.

    Paul London knows exactly what AJ Styles wants to do, keep him on the ground, but London knows that AJ’s pride won’t allow him to stay on the ground forever, and it won’t take much to manipulate the match into a faster pace. London has the headlock sinched in and Styles gets to his feet and London pushes him into the ropes and Styles knocks him down with a shoulder block, however Styles remains calm and doesn’t press the issue, determined to keep the match at a slow pace. London backs into the corner as Styles follows him in and begins to stomp down on London in the corner. The referee asks for a clean break and he gets it, but Styles quickly moves back in, delivering a series of right hands, which stun London. Styles then goes for the discus punch but London ducks it and locks up AJ Styles with a Belly to Belly Suplex, throwing Styles over the top rope to the floor in desperation.

    London struggles back to his feet, holding his back but he manages to fight through the pain, he sees Styles get to his feet on the outside of the ring and then he gathers momentum and leaps over the top rope with a No Hands Somersault Plancha which takes both men down. Both men get to their feet, although London is up much faster than Styles and manages to roll into the ring. London uses the ropes to pull himself up as Styles crawls back to the apron, London then uses a burst of energy and springboards off the second rope, kicking Styles in the back of the head and knocking him down on the apron, being held up by the bottom rope. London tries to suplex Styles into the ring, but Styles lands on his feet behind London and looks for a German Suplex, London reverses the waist lock and Styles escapes by running into the ropes, using his momentum to throw London through the ropes to the floor below.

    London is on the outside of the ring. London staggers around, trying to get his barrings, stumbling into the barricade, Styles sees him down, despite his game plan he sees an opening and gathers momentum, leaping over the top rope and executing a No Hands Somersault Plancha, the same move London used on him with the same result as both men are down on the outside of the ring. Styles gets to his feet first and rolls London into the ring, instead of covering him Styles begins to stomp away at the head of Paul London, before mocking him by standing over him and slapping him in the back of the head. London fights his way to his feet and Styles decides it’s best to stick with his game plan and he begins measuring London with stiff kicks to the back of Paul London, furthering the damage done earlier by the backbreakers.

    Styles takes a moment to remind the crowd of how awesome he is as he stands over London with his foot in the neck of London. The crowd shows their disapproval and that only seems to motivate Styles to further injure London as he drags him into the center of the ring, and then he drives London to the mat with a vicious and stiff powerbomb, Styles covers, but London kicks out at two. Styles begins to show a little bit of frustration as he tries to cover London again, but London kicks out, he tries a third time but again London kicks out and the frustration begins to show on the face of AJ Styles.

    Styles tries to pick London up and get him back to his feet but London staggers a couple of times, Styles grabs London by the head and picks him up slowly and London surprises him with a small package…1…2…kickout. London gets to his feet and an angered Styles nearly turns him inside out with a vicious clothesline. Styles then quickly goes on the assault, locking London on the ground with a camal clutch, continuing to work on the injured back of Paul London.

    London struggles to find an escape, but the crowd wills him on, giving him the strength, he grabs Styles leg and uses all the momentum he can muster to force Styles out of the ring through the second rope. Styles rage and frustration shows once again as he quickly slides into the ring and delivers a crushing kick, first to the ribs of London and then to the back of London, driving him back down to the canvas. The back of Paul London has taken severe damage and Styles helps him to his feet and drags him into the corner. He then whips him into the opposite corner with such velocity that London falls to the ground upon impact.

    Styles then decides to begin to wear him down, first he executes a snap mare takedown and then delivers another stiff kick to the back of Paul London. Once London is down, he locks him in a sleeper hold. Styles plan of attack so far has been brilliant, keeping London away from his offense while at the same time, destroying his back. London’s back is in such bad condition that he cannot even get to his feet to try and break the hold, London appears to be done as the referee lifts his arm up, and it falls back down, he does it again with the same result, he does it again and London’s hand drops but at the last moment it shoots up again. London fights his way to his feet but can’t escape the hold so he falls towards the corner and touches the ropes, and the referee forces Styles to break the hold.

    AJ breaks the hold but is still unwilling to give London any breathing room as he continues the offense with a stiff right hand. He then lifts up London and executes a stiff knife edge chop. Styles then throws London into the corner again, but this time he uses the ropes to springboard. However Styles followed far enough behind that he can counter the move and he grabs London, but London’s determination prevails with a Tornado DDT and both men are down

    Both men get to their feet and London executes a small package but Styles kicks out and then London gets some momentum off the rope only for Styles to take it away with a hard clothesline. Styles covers….1….2….kickout! London gets the shoulder up and the frustration begins to boil in the eyes of AJ Styles. Styles then locks him back in the sleeper hold, determined to wear him out once and for all. London once again finds the determination to fight back and gets to his feet, elbowing Styles forcing him to release the move, but Styles lifts up London and drops him with another backbreaker and covers…1…2…kickout!

    Styles then stalks London, preparing to deliver more punishment, while being sure to keep the match on the ground. He delivers a right hand that knocks London back to the ropes, the rebound bounces London back into another right hand from Styles, and again but this time London rebounds and connects with a Super Kick, knocking down Styles. Styles gets to his feet slowly and London begins to attack with forearm shots, London has Styles rocked until AJ surprises him with the Pele Kick! Styles has London in the center of the ring…1…2…kickout!

    Styles cannot believe that London kicked out and in his frustration he grabs London and throws him into the ropes, and at once he realizes that he has broken from his strategy, London takes the rebound and goes underneath the legs of Styles before connecting with an Enziguri to the back of Styles’ head and both men are down. Both men get to their feet slowly and Styles grabs London and shoots him into the turnbuckle, the impact causing more damage to the back of London, Styles runs in but again London is ready and he gets his foot up. London then climbs to the top rope and comes off with a Spinning Heel Kick, London covers…1…2…kickout!

    London gets to his feet first and he motions to the top rope and begins to climb with his back facing Styles, however the damage caused to him throughout the match slows his climb and Styles manages to catch up to him, with a clubbing shot to the back of London. Styles goes to the top rope with London and tries to take him over with a back suplex, London fights it but Styles still lifts him up and over, however at the last possible moment London reverses it into a Crossbody…1…2…kickout!

    London gets to his feet first and charges at Styles, but AJ catches him with a boot to the midsection and looks for the Styles Clash, but London at the last moment manages to catch Styles by the head and takes him over with a leg head scissor take-down. London gets to his feet and grabs Styles and connects with the Complete Shot (Swinging Reverse STO) and covers but Styles kicks out and now the frustration begins to show on the face of Paul London.

    Again London signals for the end and he climbs to the top rope, but this time it is AJ Styles that is one step ahead, getting to his feet, he springboards off the top rope and connects with a kick to the back of London’s head. London is dazed on the top rope and Styles takes advantage of it. Styles grabs him in a front face lock and lifts him up, looking for a suplex but instead he spikes London’s neck with the Brainbuster! Styles then signals for the end and climbs the top rope, Styles looks at London on the ground and then attempts London’s own London Calling (450 Splash) but London moves out of the way at the last moment and Styles crashes to the ground.

    London struggles to his feet and sees Styles on the ground so he connects with a Standing Shooting Star Press and covers…1…2…kickout. London then signals for the end and he climbs to the top rope, looking for the London Calling but Styles catches him at the last moment and knocks him down again. Styles then climbs the top rope with him again, looking to setup for a Super Styles Clash but London manages to escape and land on his feet, before knocking Styles off balance on the top rope. London quickly climbs to the top rope and executes a top rope Hurricanrana, taking Styles up and over as the crowd goes wild. London covers, but somehow Styles kicks out again.

    Both men are exhausted as they climb to their feet once again, they begin to exchange right hands in the center of the ring until Styles looks for the Discus Punch, London ducks it and connects with a German Suplex…both men are down…1….2….kickout! Styles kicked out and London got his shoulder up at the same time to prevent the double countout. London begins to show signs of frustration and charges into Styles which AJ is ready for and he connects with a Standing Drop Kick.

    Styles then climbs to the top rope and looks for his own high risk move, the Spiral Tap and leaps off but London moves at the last possible moment. Both men are down and London gets his arm over Styles and covers….1….2…..kickout. Both men are down and the referee begins his count, prepared to count both men out but both men get up at the count of 8. Styles kicks London in the gut and looks for the Styles Clash, but London connects with a hurricanrana that sends Styles into the corner. AJ is down in the corner and London charges in but Styles recovers in time and launches London over his head and London lands on the top rope, Styles then knocks London off balance on the top rope. Styles then looks for the Electric Chair and lifts London up and brings him to the center of the ring, but at the last possible moment London rolls through into a victory roll….1….2….3! London has beaten Styles again!

    Winner via pinfall: Paul London
    London then quickly escapes the ring as Styles looks on in shock that London beat him again, London raises his arm in victory as AJ snaps, kicking the ropes and then going after the referee, who takes the chance to leave the ring and runs to London to raise his arm as the winner.

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    Default Re: WWE SUPERAW 06

    When WWE SupeRAW, best of 2005 returns, Mick Foley is watching highlights from the Shawn Michaels vs. Triple H Ladder Match that took place at Backlash 2005, in the highlight package we see Micheals leap off the top of the ladder, the same splash that made him famous at Wrestlemania X. Mick Foley then turns and faces the camera.

    Mick Foley, “There has never been, and may never be another rivalry as personal as the war waged between Shawn Michaels and Triple H. It started in 2004 and by the start of 2005, it seemed that all of their differences had finally been resolved, but in truth they had just been buried. The night after Wrestlemania these differences resurfaced and the two men continued to wage a war that threatened to destroy the fabric of the company. Shane McMahon ordered that the war between the two finally end and set up a 3 Stages of Hell Match to settle the score once and for all.

    The war between Shawn Michaels and Triple H started in 2004 when Shawn Michaels betrayed his former friend and viciously attacked him backstage, believing that he had become weak and useless. At Backlash 04, the two men met with Shawn Michaels revealing that he had aligned himself with Stephanie McMahon, Triple H’s wife betraying him. The betrayal went further when Michaels and McMahon announced that the two had been having an affair for years. This put HHH over the edge and he took it out on Shawn Michaels during a Last Man Standing Match, throwing him several floors to the ground to win the match, this put Michaels on the shelf for 2 months and ended the rivalry for a time. But bad feelings don’t just go away, the two men aligned as D-Generation X in 05, seeming to have buried the hatchet, but HHH had not forgotten Michaels’ betrayal and betrayed him after Wrestlemania. The two men faced off in a Ladder Match, where if HHH won Michaels would retire, but Michaels survived the match. The two continued to war, ruining shows with their brawling and hatred until Shane McMahon decided enough was enough and the two men would end it once and for all. A simple one on one match would not do it, so be made it 2/3 Falls. However knowing how much these two wanted to injure each other, not just beat them, he added a stipulation to the second and third falls. The first fall would be about pride, the second about revenge, and the third about survival.

    ‘The Game’ by Motorhead thunders over the speakers and Triple H appears on the stage, water bottle in one hand, sledgehammer in the other hand. He takes a drink of water before he spews it into the crowd. Triple H then walks towards the ring, he sees a fan in the front row with a “Game Over” sign and he points the sledgehammer at it, he threatens to hit the fan, but bluffs and laughs at the fan as he walks around the ring and climbs to the apron, he takes a drink of water and then spews it into the crowd before he steps back into the ring and climbs to the top rope, playing to the crowd. His music dies down and the crowd is silent until ‘Sexy Boy’ hits the speakers and Shawn Michaels appears on the stage to a huge pop from the crowd. Michaels dances on the stage for a moment before bowing down and looking to the heavens before explosions go off around him. Michaels then walks to the ring and steps in, HHH backs off allowing Michaels to remove his outer clothing and then flex his muscles in front of the crowd. Once Michaels has finished his entrance the two men lock eyes and the bell sounds.

    Three Stages of Hell Match
    Shawn Michaels vs. Triple H

    1st Fall – One Fall

    Both men engage in a long staredown and finally lock up in the center of the ring, the two men fight for position and HHH gets the leverage and pushes Michaels into the ropes. The referee calls for a clean break. The two men lock up again in the center of the ring and again the two men fight for leverage, this time Shawn Michaels gets the advantage and pushes HHH into the corner and the referee asks for a clean break, which Shawn Michaels gives. Both Triple H and Shawn Michaels move back to their respective corners mentally preparing for the next exchange and then maneuver back into the center of the ring.

    They lock up again and Shawn Michaels grabs Triple H in a headlock and executes a takedown. Triple H fights back to his feet and grabs the arm of Michaels to break the hold and then puts Michaels in a headlock, but Michaels pushes him into the ropes, HHH comes off the ropes with a shoulder block. Triple H then runs into the ropes as Michaels drops down and Triple H bounces over him, Shawn Michaels leaps over him on the rebound and then looks for a monkey flip but Triple H holds on to the ropes and then goes to the outside of the ring to kill the momentum that Michaels was building.

    Shawn Michaels walks over to Triple H and the Game pulls him to the outside of the ring and then backs him into the barricade. Triple H then unloads against Shawn Michaels with stiff closed fists, before throwing him back into the ring where he locks Shawn Michaels in a front face headlock. Michaels battles his way to some leverage and rolls through, landing on Triple H in a pinning predicament but Triple H sits up, Michaels then pushes his legs forward pushing HHH’s shoulders down and Triple H does the same as the two men exchange pinning combinations before both men get to their feet, Triple H misses a clothesline and Michaels springboards off the second rope with a crossbody.

    Shawn Michaels is first to his feet and he takes Triple H over with a side headlock. Triple H fights to his feet and once again chooses to power his way out of the headlock by separating the grip of Michaels and then twisting the leverage so that Triple H is behind him. With Triple H behind him he delivers a stiff shot to the back of Michaels with his knee and then snaps him over with a snapmare and places his knee in the swell of the back of Michaels. Shawn Michaels fights back to his feet and chooses to take the same approach as Triple H to escape, but Triple H changes holds and places Michaels in a headlock. Michaels then pushes Triple H into the ropes before he knocks him down with a shoulder. Shawn Michaels then runs off the ropes and Triple H goes down. Instead of going off the ropes Michaels puts the breaks on, and Triple H gets to his feet in time for Michaels to score with a dropkick. Triple H gets back to his feet and Michaels takes him over with a headlock again, frustrating Triple H.

    Shawn Michaels has the headlock locked in but Triple H delivers the elbow to the ribs of Michaels, forcing the smaller Michaels to break the hold. Triple H then grabs Shawn Michaels in an abdominal stretch, but Michaels is quick to get out of it, by freeing his arm and then positioning his leg in order to catch Triple H with an arm drag takedown. Triple H gets back to his feet and Michaels scores with another arm drag takedown and a third arm drag takedown, and Triple H slides to the outside of the ring, showing obvious frustration.

    Triple H slides back into the ring and the two men lock up again, once again Michaels grabs HHH by the arm and gets him in a headlock, and after a few moments he switches it into a side headlock, and he takes down Triple H again, keeping him on the mat. Triple H maneuvers his way out of it with surprising speed and he locks Shawn Michaels in an armbar. Michaels battles to his feet and delivers a shot to the ribs of Triple H, which seems to do nothing more than piss him off, as he grabs him and throws him over the top rope. Michaels holds on to the ropes however and skins the cat, catching Triple H with a headscissor and taking him over the top rope to the floor as well and Michaels comes lands safely in the ring. Shawn Michaels then quickly moves to the top rope before Triple H can react and leaps off with a Moonsault which knocks Triple H down again.

    Shawn Michaels picks up Triple H on the outside and delivers a couple right hands, he throws Triple H into the ring and begins to target the left arm of Triple H, he grabs HHH by the arm and executes a rare arm breaker. Shawn Michaels then places Triple H’s arm on the ground and drives his knee into it. HBK then grabs HHH by the arm and he lifts Triple H to his feet, he grabs him by the arm and twists the arm before wrenching on it several times, Triple H looks for an escape and finds an easy one by grabbing the hair of Michaels and pulling. Triple H tries to get the bloodflow back into his arm before he delivers a kick to Michaels, looking to end the first fall with a Pedigree but Michaels maneuvers out of it and then executes an arm drag and holds onto the arm.

    Michaels grabs the arm again and wrenches on it, pulling back trying to stretch it out, but Triple H continues to fight to his feet, Triple H looks to gain momentum, but Michaels wrenches the arm again and Triple H looks to be in serious pain. Shawn Michaels then twists the arm of Triple H again and the Game escapes using a thumb to the eye. Triple H loses his guard and pays for it, walking into another arm drag takedown and once again Triple H is down on the mat and Michaels has him by the arm, continuing the damage to the injured arm of Triple H. Shawn Michaels then grabs Triple H and locks him in a rare fujuira arm bar, but Triple H reaches to the bottom rope to break the hold.

    Shawn Michaels lifts Triple H to his feet and traps him in the corner with a knife edge chop, HBK then fires a right hand at Triple H, followed by another knife edge chop and another right hand, but Triple H begins to fight back, he blocks a right hand from Michaels and delivers a few of his own backing Michaels back to the center of the ring and the two men exchange fists in the ring until a strong right hand from Michaels knocks Triple H back into the ropes. Triple H rebounds off the ropes and nails Michaels with a hard right hand. Michaels rebounds off the ropes and comes back with a right hand, knocking HHH back into the ropes, HHH comes back firing but Michaels ducks and he traps HHH in an abdominal stretch. Triple H knows only one way to escape and he backs Michaels into the corner.

    Triple H then grabs Michaels and sends him into the ropes but Michaels reverses the hold and he locks him in a sleeper hold. Triple H begins to fade as Michaels continues to wear down Triple H and keep him from mounting any sustained offense. Triple H drops to one knee and begins to fade, the referee raises one arm and it drops. The referee does it one final time and HHH raises his arm and then begins to fight to his feet. Triple H tries a back suplex but Michaels lands on his feet and pushes him into the ropes before executing a rollup…1…2…kickout.

    Michaels gets to his feet first and waits for Triple H to get to his feet, Michaels runs off the ropes and looks for a clothesline but Triple H ducks, on the rebound Triple H looks for a clothesline and Shawn Michaels ducks before Triple H surprises him with a running knee which catches Michaels right in the face. Triple H then grabs Michaels and throws him to the outside. He takes a moment to catch his breath before he follows him to the outside. Triple H grabs Michaels and forces him into the steel ring post as Michaels’ back crashes into it. Michaels lets out a scream which gives Triple H a sadistic smile. HHH then picks up Michaels in a bear hug and drives him into the steel ring post, back first one more time.

    HHH then throws Michaels into the ring and covers, but Michaels kicks out at 2. Michaels gets to his feet and Triple H lays a couple of closed fists into Michaels forehead. HHH then grabs Michaels and drives him down with a DDT! He covers…1…2…kickout. Triple H allows Michaels to get to his feet and then looks for a clothesline but Michaels ducks it, Triple H comes off the ropes and ducks a knife edge chop, Michaels lowers his head and Triple H plants him with a facebuster. HBK doesn’t go down, but instead he stumbles around, trying to punch something and walks into a Spinebuster from Triple H. Triple H covers…1…2…,kickout.

    For the first time in the match, Triple H has a distinct advantage and makes the most of it, by targeting the back of Shawn Michaels. He grabs Michaels and traps him in a bearhug, not only cutting off his oxygen, but also adding more and more pressure on the back of Shawn Michaels. HBK fights his way out of it, rallying the crowd behind him as he punches HHH in the face several times, breaking the hold, Michaels then gains some momentum and runs off the ropes but Triple H is ready and he scores with a backbreaker on Michaels and the pain on Michaels’ face is evident. Triple H doesn’t go for the cover, instead he is focused on punishing HBK and he picks him up with a second backbreaker. Triple H then covers and the referee counts, but the Heartbreak Kid kicks out at 2.

    HBK struggles to his feet and Triple H unloads with a couple of closed fists and HBK drops down to his knee and he unloads on him with closed fists to the head of Shawn Michaels, trying to open up the forehead of Michaels. Triple H lifts up Michaels and he continues his attack but Michaels blocks the right hand, Michaels fires back with a couple right hands of his own and the two men begin to exchange punches in the center of the ring, neither man backing down. HBK then goes for a right hand, but HHH ducks it and looks for a Pedigree but Michaels pushes him into the corner. HBK then runs at HHH in the corner but HHH moves and HBK crashes shoulder first into the steel ring post.

    HBK struggles out of the corner, holding his arm in serious pain and HHH grabs HBK and locks him in an Abdominal Stretch. HBK is trapped in the center of the ring as Triple H continues to wear down the back of Shawn Michaels with the abdominal stretch. While the referee is focused on Michaels, Triple H reaches for the ropes for extra leverage. The referee checks on Triple H but he has enough time to take his hand off the ropes. The referee focuses on Michaels and HHH repeats the offense again and once again lets go before the referee can catch him. HHH grabs the ropes the third time and the referee catches it and forces him to let go of the ropes, this distraction allows Michaels to execute a hip toss to get out of the hold. Michaels gets to his feet and decides to create another attack point and targets the leg of Triple H with a dropkick to the knee. Both men struggle to their feet, HHH throws HBk into the ropes and tries to kick him but Michaels catches him by the foot and executes a perfect Dragon Screw. HBK then grabs HHH by the leg and locks him in a Figure Four Leg Lock.

    HBK has HHH trapped in the center of the ring with the Figure Four Leg Lock, but Triple H is quick enough to escape by delivering several right hands to the unprotected face of Shawn Michaels, which forces him to break the hold. Both men are slow to get back to their feet and Triple H is now walking with a limp and holding his shoulder, showing the two points of injury that Michaels has worked on in this match as he turns around and Michaels throws him into the ropes with a back body drop. Michaels then walks to the top rope and the fans expect something huge. HBK leaps off the top rope with a double axe handle and HHH blocks it and kicks him in the gut, he hooks Michaels up for the Pedigree but HBK blocks it and then takes him over with another back body drop.

    HBK then catches HHH with an atomic drop and then knocks him down with a clothesline, followed by a second clothesline and finally a third clothesline. HBK then picks up HHH and puts him back down with a body slam and then climbs to the top rope, he leaps off with a Flying Elbow Smash but Triple H moves out of the way and Shawn Michaels crashes elbow first to the ground. Triple H gets to his feet first and walks over to the corner, and begins negotiating with the turnbuckles, removing the padding. Shawn Michaels struggles to his feet and Triple H grabs him, taking him down with another backbreaker and you can start to see the tears flow from Shawn Michaels’ eye.

    Triple H forces Shawn Michaels to his feet and puts him in the corner, he looks at the exposed turnbuckle and launches Michaels into it, but Michaels reverses and the back of Triple H collides with the steel bolt, HHH recoils out of the corner and into SWEET CHIN MUSIC! Michaels covers…1…2…3! Michaels has won the first fall.

    Winner of the 1st Fall: Shawn Michaels

    2nd Fall – Street Fight


    Shawn Michaels waits the mandatory 30 seconds before he mounts Triple H and begins to fire off on him with hard right hands. The referee forces Michaels off of Triple H, but Shawn Michaels forces Triple H into the corner and connects with a knife edge chop, this seems to spark Triple H as he reverses momentum and traps Michaels in the corner with hard knife edge chops and right hands of his own. Michaels fires back, pushing HHH back into the center of the ring. HHH ducks a right hand and tries to pick Michaels up with a slam but Michaels lands behind him, turns him around and continues the simple yet effective offense of knife edge chops. He throws Triple H into the ropes and lowers his head, connecting with a back body drop. He lowers his head as Triple H gets up again, and this time HHH counters with a facebuster.

    HHH pushes HBK into the corner and drives his shoulder into the ribs of Michaels, more importantly forcing his back into the turnbuckle. He then grabs Michaels and throws him into the exposed turnbuckle and Michaels back connects with the exposed bolt. HBK staggers out of the ring and Triple H connects with a backbreaker. Michaels staggers slowly to his feet and uses the ropes to help him up, however Triple H continues his assault with a clothesline that takes Shawn Michaels over the top rope to the floor.

    Triple H then begins to rip apart the Spanish Announce Table and then the English Announce Table at ringside. Triple H places Michaels on the Spanish Table and then drives a couple of right hands into the head of Michaels. Triple H then climns to the top rope and raises his arms, signaling for a Pedigree. He grabs Shawn Michaels and looks to lock him up in the Pedigree but Michaels blocks it and escapes with a couple of knees to the gut of Triple H. Michaels then staggers Triple H with a couple of right hands that knock Triple H off the table to the floor. Michaels then leaps off with an axe handle which knocks down Triple H.

    Shawn Michaels then grabs Triple H and places him on the same announce table and begins to lay into Triple H with right hands, staggering Triple H. Michaels then climbs to the top of the table and hooks up Triple H’s arms for the Pedigree but Triple H counters with a low blow. Triple H then attempts the Pedigree but Michaels grabs him by the arm and executes an armbreaker on the table. HHH grabs his arm in pain as Michaels goes back to the ring apron, he looks at Triple H and then springboards into a corkscrew but Triple H moves at the last possible moment and Michaels crashes through the table.

    Both men are down until Triple H finally gets to his feet and he knocks Michaels down again with a hard right hand. Triple H then lifts Michaels up and throws him back into the ring. Triple H then snaps and mounts Michaels with stiff and constant right hands until the referee forces him to get off of Michaels. The referee gets in Triple H’s face, and Triple H pushes the referee right back. Triple H then walks over to Michaels and he lifts him up, he grabs him and lifts him up with a sidewalk slam.

    Triple H lifts Michaels back to his feet and delivers a knife edge chop backing Shawn Michaels into the ropes, he throws Michaels into the ropes and looks for a knife edge chop but Michaels moves out of the way, Triple H then looks for a clothesline but again Michaels ducks and rebounds off the ropes again and Triple H scores with another high knee. Triple H then immediately picks up Michaels and drops him just as fast with a neckbreaker. Triple H covers but Michaels kicks out. Triple H allows Michaels to get to his feet and Michaels fights back with two shots to the ribs before Michaels stands up, just as he stands up Triple H takes him right back down with a DDT!

    Triple H is first to his feet and he grabs Shawn Michaels in a front face headlock and takes him over for a suplex, adding extra momentum to ensure that more damage is done to the back of Shawn Michaels. Michaels struggles to his feet and HHH delivers a knee to the back of Shawn Michaels, knocking him into the corner. HHH grabs Michaels out of the corner and delivers another backbreaker and the camera gets a close up picture of Shawn Michaels back which has become heavily bruised as the blood is leeching to the surface. HHH then slides to the outside and he grabs a steel chair from underneath the ring and slides back in, he positions the chair standing up and looks for a backbreaker but Michaels flips through the attempt and lands on his feet with right hands, but HHH scores with a hard right hand which knocks Michaels down. HHH then grabs the steel chair and attacks the back of Shawn Michaels with a vicious chair shot and Michaels screams into the crowd. Triple H helps HBK to his feet and is rewarded with right hands from the Heartbreak Kid, HBK then rebounds off the ropes and scores with a clothesline, knocking Triple H over the top rope to the floor below.

    Michaels takes a moment to catch his breath, and check to ensure that his body is in one piece, then he goes to the ring apron and targets Triple H, he attacks the Game by jumping off the apron with an axe handle, which takes down Triple H. Shawn Michaels is first to his feet and h delivers a couple right hands, but HHH spears him driving him back first into the steel steps. Triple H then picks up Shawn Michaels in a bear hug and again drives his back into the steel ring post repeatedly. Triple H then lifts Michaels to his feet and throws him into the barricade, continuing his assault on the back of Michaels. HBK recoils off the barricade but doesn’t get very far as HHH knocks him down with a clothesline. Triple H then lifts HBK back to his feet and argues with the referee before throwing him back into the barricade again.

    Shawn Michaels struggles to his feet and Triple H throws him back into the ring, Triple H covers….1…2…kickout. Triple H doesn’t get frustrated; instead he has a sadistic smile about him, almost as if he wants HBK to kick out so he can cause more damage. HHH grabs the steel chair and delivers another backbreaker on the chair, denting the steel chair. HHH covers but Michaels kicks out. HHH lifts Michaels to his feet and is greeted with right hands as Michaels tries to come back, but Triple H buries the knee into the gut of Michaels, cutting off his come back. Triple H then lifts Michaels back to his feet and executes a second back breaker onto the steel chair, destroying not only Michaels back again, but the steel chair as well. HHH grabs the steel chair and forcibly adjusts it. HHH picks up the chair and swings it at Michaels who ducks the shot, Michaels comes back with a few right hands that staggers the Game, he then goes off the ropes and Triple H smashes the chair into the head of Shawn Michaels with a sick thud. HHH covers….1….2….KICKOUT!

    Triple H takes his time and stands over the broken body of Shawn Michaels, he gets to his knees and he gives Shawn the “Suck It” sign before he delivers a vicious kick to the head of Shawn Michaels. Michaels is still on his knees and he delivers a couple of shots to the ribs of HHH, Michaels fights to his feet and Triple H catches him in the abdominal stretch, however he is close to the ropes and Michaels escapes with a hiplock and throws him over the top rope to the floor. Shawn Michaels is down in the ring and Triple H manages to climb back to the ring apron before Michaels gets to his feet, Michaels delivers a couple of shoulders to the ribs of Triple H until HHH gets a knee up and drives it into the shoulder of Michaels. The two men then exchange right hands in the center of the ring until Michaels scores the advantage with a knife edge chop that takes HHH off his feet.

    Michaels is hurt and can’t immediately take advantage, but he does manage to grab Triple H and throw him into the ropes, he lowers his head and Triple H puts on the breaks, and sets him up for the Pedigree but Michaels at the last moment drops to his knees and delivers a low blow. Michaels gets back to his feet as Triple H tries to walk off the pain, but HBK adds to the pain with an atomic drop, followed by a second atomic drop and a hard right hand which knocks Triple H down. Shawn Michaels begins to build some momentum with a pair of clotheslines. He places HHH in the corner and throws him into the exposed bolt in the corner and then comes in with a clothesline, knocking down Triple H in the corner.

    Shawn Michaels has the advantage now as Triple H struggles to his feet in the corner, Michaels drives his knee into the back of Triple H and it knocks him out of th the ring to the floor. Michaels follows, holding his back to show that the pain is still there and he decides to have Triple H share his pain. Shawn Michaels grabs Triple H and whips him into the barricade and Triple H’s back crashes into the wall. Michaels then grabs Triple H and throws him into the steel steps as Triple H begins to feel the back pain that Michaels knows all too well. Michaels separates the steel steps from the corner and he grabs Triple H by the head, dragging him to the steps. Shawn Michaels then positions Triple H for a piledriver on the steel steps, but Triple H blocks it and executes a back body drop and Michaels lands on his back.

    Triple H throws Michaels back into the ring and grabs the steel chair that has been worn out and he wears it out further with another chair shot to the back of Shawn Michaels and his back becomes lacerated. Michaels is bleeding from the back as Triple H covers, but Michaels kicks out. Triple H then goes to the outside as Michaels crawls to the corner. Triple H looks underneath the ring and finds the SLEDGEHAMMER! Triple H slides back into the ring and stands over top of Michaels with the sledgehammer, threatening to hit him but HBK fights back with a kick to the gut. HBK gets some momentum and bounces off the ropes, he ducks the sledgehammer shot and connects with the flying forearm.

    Shawn Michaels then waits for a couple of seconds with both men on the ground, before executing his trade mark nip up. Michaels grabs his back, showing that the showboat move did more damage to his back and he stands in the corner. HBK signals to the crowd and begins stomping his feet, signaling for Sweet Chin Music. Triple H gets to his feet and Michaels goes to unload, but Triple H ducks and picks up the sledgehammer. Michaels turns around and charges at HHH who connects with a sledgehammer shot to the face of Shawn Michaels. Michaels is down and out in the middle of the ring and Triple H picks him up and hooks him for the Pedigree! HHH turns him over and covers…1…2…3! Triple H wins the second fall.

    Winner of the 2nd fall: Triple H

    3rd Fall – Steel Cage


    With the second fall coming to an end, the third fall begins and the cage lowers, trapping the steel chair, the sledgehammer, Triple H and Shawn Michaels within the ring. Michaels begins to stir as he crawls to the corner and the camera gets a good shot of his face, which has also been lacerated and Michaels is now bleeding from both the back and the face. Triple H walks over to Michaels and delivers a stiff knee to the gut, he then grabs Shawn Michaels by the head and throws him into the steel cage. Triple H then executes a snap mare on Michaels, before sizing him up and dropping the knee on the face of Michaels. Triple H allows Michaels to get to his feet before he takes Michaels face and rakes it across the steel cage, further lacerating the Heartbreak Kid. He drives his head into the steel again and then gathers momentum, splashing him into the steel cage.

    Triple H takes Michaels away from the ropes and begins to deliver a few more closed fists, determine to open up the facial wound even further. Triple H continues his cerebral dissection of Shawn Michaels with another knee to the face of Shawn Michaels. He picks up Michaels and throws him head first into the steel cage again. Triple H then climbs to the top rope and begins trying to escape the cage, however Michaels gets back to his feet and climbs the top rope and pulls him back into the ring, the two men justle on the top rope for a couple of seconds until both men lose their balance and fall hard on the top rope. Michaels falls to the canvas while Triple H manages to regain his balance on the top rope.

    Triple H regains his balance and once again begins to climb, reaching up to the corner of the cage and he grabs a steel chain. Triple H comes back down the cage and leaps off the top rope with the chain wrapped around his hand, but Michaels gets his foot up and drives it into the face of Triple H. Michaels is back to his feet and he delivers a couple of knife edge chops and then targets the knee of Triple H, first with a chop block and then with a knee breaker. Michaels then looks for a Figure Four Leg Lock but Triple H punches him in the face with the steel chain and Michaels is down. Triple H then covers Michaels but somehow Michaels kicks out.

    Triple H gets back to his feet with the steel chain still wrapped around his hand and he drives it into the face of Shawn Michaels. Shawn Michaels is in trouble and can’t even get to his feet, he lies in between the first and second rope and Triple H slaps him in the face and then pulls him back to the center of the ring, mounting him and delivering right hands with the chain repeatedly. Michaels crawls to the corner and Triple H follows him. He sees the turnbuckle that is exposed and he whips Michaels into the turnbuckle, the impact causing Michaels to flip over and land on the outside apron. Triple H then runs at Shawn Michaels and scores with a clothesline that knocks him down.

    Shawn Michaels is bleeding profusely and can barely see as Triple H stalks him, he picks up the steel chair and drives it into the back of Shawn Michaels again. Michaels falls to his knees and Triple H stands over him. Triple H then lifts him to his feet and locks up the Pedigree but Michaels counters into a slingshot which sends Triple H face first into the exposed turnbuckle. Michaels cannot take advantage of it at all, but the camera reveals that Triple H is now bleeding from the nose. Michaels gets to his feet first and grabs the Steel Chair and smashes Triple H between the eyes with the steel chair, before throwing it down.

    Shawn Michaels then waits for Triple H to get to his feet, he picks up Triple H and slams him on top of the chair before climbing to the top rope. Michaels leaps off with the Flying Elbow Smash on the chair, but Triple H moves and all Michaels catches is the chair with his elbow. Both men are down and Triple H manages to get his shoulder over Michaels and the referee covers, but Michaels kicks out. Both men are on their knees and the two men begin exchange right hands with Michaels getting the advantage as Triple H takes 6 unprotected right hands to the face before Michaels knocks him down with another right hand. Michaels lifts Triple H to his feet and continues with the only offense he can muster, strong right hands, but Triple H attacks with a knee and then throws Michaels into the corner shoulder first. Triple H then takes Michaels out of the corner and connects with a DDT on the steel chair, he covers….1….2…..KICKOUT!

    Triple H lifts Shawn Michaels back to his feet, and pushes him into the exposed turnbuckle, he throws him into the opposite corner but Michaels reverses and charges in, however Triple H gets his foot in Michaels’ face. Triple H then comes out of the corner, Michaels looks for Sweet Chin Music but Triple H ducks it and then rolls Michaels up in a small Package but he kicks out at the count of two. Michaels gets to his feet first and he takes Triple H down with a chopblock and he falls awkwardly on his leg. Triple H is down, holding his leg as Michaels struggles to his feet, he looks around and he sees the sledgehammer that busted him open and he lifts it into the air, his blood is still on the hammer as he stares at it. He then turns to Triple H who is barely standing and he drives it into the leg of Triple H who falls to the ground in unbelievable pain.

    Shawn Michaels then throws the sledgehammer down and he grabs the leg of Triple H and hooks him into the Figure Four Leg Lock! Michaels has him trapped in the center of the ring and Triple H has nowhere to go. Triple H is in serious trouble, he tries to turn Shawn Michaels, but his own fatigue, combined with the damage done to his leg makes it impossible. Triple H slams his hand on the mat in frustration and in that moment he finds the steel chair, he raises the chair over his head and smashes Michaels in the face, breaking the hold. Triple H gets to his feet slowly as does Shawn Michaels, Triple H turns around and limps over to Michaels, his lack of mobility is apparent as there is serious damage done to the leg of Triple H as he staggers over, Michaels fights to his knees and Triple H grabs him by the face, with one last burst of effort Michaels stands and drops Triple H with SWEET CHIN MUSIC!

    Both men are down, Triple H is nearly unconscious after the kick to the face, and Michaels is far too fatigued to do anything at the moment. Michaels uses all the willpower in his body to drag himself over to Triple H, he gets close enough to Triple H to get his shoulder over him and he does, the referee counts….1….2……THE MATCH IS OVER……KICKOUT! Triple H got his shoulder up! Michaels can’t believe it and his face cries of desperation. Michaels uses the ropes to pull himself up and he signals for Sweet Chin Music once again as Triple H struggles to use the ropes to pull himself up, unable to do it himself. Triple H turns around as his leg gives out on him and Michaels misses the Sweet Chin Music, Triple H then forces himself back to his feet as Michaels turns around, HHH kicks him then hits him with the Pedigree! It’s Triple H’s turn to force the willpower out of him in order to cover Michaels and he finally manages to, the referee counts….1…..2……FINALLY……………KICKOUT!

    Triple H cannot believe it, and he begs with the referee to count it three, but the referee tells him it was two. He struggles to his knees and reaches around, finding the sledgehammer. Triple H picks up the sledgehammer as Michaels is slowly getting to his fees, stuck standing on his knees. Triple H uses the ropes to help him up and he limps forward, his leg clearly hurting him and he picks up the sledgehammer and delivers a killing blow, driving the sledgehammer into the back of Shawn Michaels and his entire body falls numb to the canvas. Triple H wants to ensure that this match is over once and for all and he picks up Michaels, he hooks Michaels up, falling to one knee, but he picks himself up and then drives Michaels down with a disturbing Pedigree as Michaels lands nearly perpendicular to the mat. Triple H then fights with all of his remaining strength to raise his arm and put it across the shoulders of Shawn Michaels, finally he gets one shoulder across Michaels and the referee covers….1…2…3!

    Winner of the 3rd Fall: Triple H
    Both men lie motionless in the middle of the ring as the referee raises Triple H’s hand and his music plays, the cage rises and both men remain motionless until EMT’s come down to the ring, first helping Triple H to his feet, he needs support as they help him out of the ring and onto a stretcher, another stretcher comes down for Shawn Michaels and the EMT’s roll him on his back out of the ring and both men are stretchered out ringside at the exact same time.

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    When WWE SupeRAW returns Mick Foley continues to sit in the same uncomfortable chair, staring at the television. On the television screen this time are highlights from the Triple Threat Match featuring Samoa Joe, Bryan Danielson and AJ Styles from Summerslam 2005 for the Intercontinental Championship.

    Mick Foley, “The year of 2005 proved to be a great year in terms of having new talent arrive in the WWE, superstars such as CM Punk, Bryan Danielson, Samoa Joe, Paul London and AJ Styles all arrived on a huge plateau and turned themselves into promising superstars. Bryan Danielson made a name for himself with his technical skill that even got the attention of Chris Benoit. AJ Styles broke out in 2005, but it was a losing streak that made him most noticed for his inability to beat Paul London, and Samoa Joe’s intensity and high impact style had made him one of the most dangerous and noticeable superstars on the roster, these three men were given the opportunity to steal the show at Summerslam last year, and they did not disappoint.

    Three weeks before Summerslam, Paul London and Bryan Danielson faced off in a match to determine who would face Samoa Joe at Summerslam for the Intercontinental Championship and Danielson won thanks to interference from AJ Styles. The next week Samoa Joe injured Paul London, giving him a second grade concussion. Ruining Styles’ chance for a victory against London at Summerslam, AJ took his aggression out on Samoa Joe and the two brawled twice leading into Summerslam, forcing Mick Foley to make the match a Triple Threat Match with the undefeated Joe having to defend his title against both Danielson and AJ Styles.

    ‘Burn In My Light’ by Mercy Drive hits the speakers and AJ Styles appears on the stage, arms extended facing the crowd soaking in their applause, or lack their of. AJ Styles then removes his hood and walks to the ring, he slides into the ring and again extends his arm, looking for some approval from the crowd, receiving none. The ‘Final Countdown’ instrumental by Europe plays and Bryan Danielson makes his way to the ring and the crowd goes crazy. Danielson slides to the ring and he stares down Styles in the center of the ring before both men stare at the stage as ‘I Stand Alone’ by Godsmack hits the speakers and the undefeated Samoa Joe appears on the stage, Intercontinental Championship around his waist and towel wrapped around his head, he slides into the ring and lowers his head pointing to the sky before he stands to his feet and the referee gets between all three contestants and explains the rules.

    WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
    Triple Threat Match
    Samoa Joe (champion) vs. AJ Styles vs. Bryan Danielson


    The bell rings and all three men stare each other down. First AJ Styles gets in the face of Samoa Joe which pisses off Bryan Danielson and he pulls AJ out of the way and then gets into the face of Samoa Joe. AJ then gets pushes Joe out of the way and gets in the face of Danielson before Joe starts yelling at both of them and the two men decide to take down the champion first and begin to assault him with clubbing right hands to the back of the head. Danielson delivers a kick to the leg of Samoa Joe which takes him down to one knee, and Styles finishes the combination by delivering a stiff kick to the side of Samoa Joe’s head knocking him down. Styles then lifts Joe to his feet and delivers a couple of forearm shots before he executes a perfect enziguri which staggers Joe near the ropes, Danielson then takes Joe over the top rope to the floor with a clothesline.

    Joe is down, so Danielson and Styles lock up in the center of the ring and Styles does a go behind and attempts a rollup, but Danielson kicks out. Danielson gets to his feet and attempts a small package, both men trying to put each other away before Joe recovers, however Styles kicks out. Styles gets to his feet and Danielson knocks him down with a hard clothesline. Styles backs off into the corner and Danielson continues his assault with a couple of knee shots to the ribs of Styles, however he forgets about Joe until he turns around and Joe takes him down with a hard clothesline.

    Joe lifts Sryles to his feet and sends him into the ropes, Styles ducks a clothesline and rebounds off the ropes, Styles rebounds again and Joe lifts him into the air, but Styles counters delivering a drop kick which knocks down Joe. Danielson gets back to his feet and he takes down Styles with an arm drag takedown. Joe gets to his feet and Danielson takes him over with an arm drag takedown as well, trying to establish some degree of dominance but Styles cuts that off with a beautiful standing drop kick that knocks Danielson to the floor. AJ sees that he has an opening and begins his assault on Samoa Joe, he delivers a couple of quick forearm shots and then looks to throw Joe into the ropes, but Joe counters and then drives his knee into the stomach of Styles. Joe sees that Danielson is getting to his feet on the outside and so he throws Styles through the ropes and he crashes into Danielson on the outside.

    Styles is the first to his feet and Joe goes to the outside to meet him, Joe throws him back into the ring and snaps him over with a snapmare and then kicks him in the swell of the back, he sees Danielson get on the apron and he knocks him off before he turns back to AJ Styles. He delivers a couple of shots against AJ and then sends him into the ropes, AJ ducks a clothesline and rebounds, Joe looks for a knife edge but AJ ducks that as well and then leaps over the top rope with a No Hands Somersault Plancha on an unsuspecting Danielson on the outside. Samoa Joe sees the wreckage and decides to exploit it as both men get to their feet, Joe runs off the ropes and then dives through with a suicide dive taking down both Danielson and Styles on the outside of the ring.

    All three men are down and Joe is the first one to his feet, he throws Danielson back in the ring and then continues to punish Styles on the outside, he throws Styles into the steel steps and then charges at Styles, kicking his head and sandwiching it between his foot and the steel steps and Styles is down on the outside. Joe then slides into the ring as Danielson is just getting on his feet, he unloads a quick flurry of right hands and slaps before gathering momentum with the ropes and scoring with a kick to the head, knocking Danielson down. Joe then runs off the ropes again and drops his entire body weight on top of Danielson, he covers but Danielson kicks out.

    Joe then grabs Danielson in a reverse chin lock and Danielson slowly fights to his feet, pushing Joe back into the corner to break the hold. Danielson then begins to unload with a series of elbows to the back of Joe’s head, trying to knock the Samoan Submission Machine unconscious and Joe falls down. Danielson then goes to the other corner and charges in, but Joe catches him in midair and sets him on the top rope, he then delivers a series of right chops to the chest of Danielson, and then looks for the Muscle Buster but Danielson escapes it and lands on his feet, he then escapes to the outside but AJ Styles is up and he knocks Danielson down with a knockdown from behind.

    Styles then begins to attack Danielson on the outside and then he throws him back into the ring where Joe is waiting and Joe picks him up and delivers a knife edge chop, he turns around and Styles is there with a forearm knocking him back into another stiff knife edge from Joe, this one taking him off his feet. AJ then yells something at Joe before he picks up Danielson and throws him into Joe, who knocks him down with a stiff clothesline, then suddenly AJ tries to rollup Joe and the referee covers, but Joe kicks out. Joe gets to his feet and executes a snap powerslam on Styles, he covers but Danielson breaks up the count.

    Danielson then picks up Joe and manages to connect with a backbreaker. He sees Styles get to his feet and he knocks him down in the corner with a stiff knee to the head. Danielson then gets on top of Styles in the corner and begins to drive elbows into the side of Styles’ temple, looking to incapacitate his opponent. Joe gets back to his feet and comes up behind Danielson but the American Dragon sees him coming and moves out of the way as Joe splashes into Styles. The impact bounces Joe out of the corner and Danielson pulls him over for a pin but Joe kicks out. Joe gets to his feet and Danielson takes him down with a drop toe hold and then locks him in a headlock, but this times Styles time to recover and he runs off the ropes, delivering a kick to the head of Danielson, and all three men are down in the center of the ring.

    The first back to his feet is Styles and he sizes up Danielson with a right hand and knocks him back, Joe then rocks Styles with a right hand and Danielson recovers and knocks Joe with a right hand and all three men exchange right hands in the center of the ring, Joe knocks down Danielson and Styles takes down Joe with the Pele Kick, however he is already to worn out to do anything about it. Danielson begins to stir and AJ is on top of him, he throws Danielson into the corner but Danielson reverses and charges in. Styles jumps and Danielson crashes hard into the turnbuckle, Styles then invites Joe in before he executes a drop toe hold, with Joe’s head landing on the second turnbuckle. He grabs Joe and throws him to the outside and then sets up Danielson in the middle of the ring for the Styles Clash, but Danielson blocks it and then maneuvers his way out, grabbing the arm of Styles and locking him in a Fujuiara Arm Bar.

    Danielson continues to work away at the arm of Styles, but Joe is back in the ring and he breaks the hold with a kick to the head of Danielson. Joe grabs Danielson and throws him shoulder first into the steel ring post again, he then grabs Danielson by the arm and flips him over, before he drops a leg on the arm of Danielson and the damage to Danielson’s arm begins to become apparent. He grabs Danielson by the arm and twists it over, but Danielson then rolls through the hold, gets back to his feet, and breaks his grip, he looks for a dropkick but Joe simply moves out of the way and Danielson lands on his back. Danielson gets to his feet and is greeted by a kick to the back of the head by Joe. Samoa Joe gets cocky as he turns around and he is greeted by a perfect dropkick from AJ Styles. Danielson is down near the ropes and AJ sees the opportunity, he springboards off the ropes and connects with a Tornado DDT! AJ covers, but at the last possible moment Joe breaks up the hold. AJ then turns his attention towards Joe and delivers a couple of forearms, Styles throws Joe into the ropes and Joe counters, AJ ducks a clothesline and springboards off the second rope, flipping over Joe and landing behind him, he then grabs him with a reverse DDT! Styles covers, but Danielson breaks up the count.

    Danielson is back to his feet first and he throws AJ Styles out of the ring and focuses on Samoa Joe. He grabs Joe in an arm lock and then attacks him at the knee, lowering him to one knee, from there he locks Joe in a headlock and tries to slow the pace of the match, taking him all the way down to the mat. However, slowing down the match is impossible as Styles gets to his feet on the apron, he springboards into a leg drop but luckily Danielson sees it coming and he moves so only Joe gets hit with the attack. Danielson gets back to his feet and throws Joe out of the ring, this time choosing to focus his attack on Styles, and he grabs him by the arm and brings it around before taking him down with the Dragon Cutter (ala Regal Cutter). Danielson covers but Styles manages to kick out at 2. Danielson allowes Styles to get to his feet and he throws him into the ropes, Styles reverses and drops down, looking to quicken the pace, Danielson jumps over but then puts the breaks on as Styles leap frogs. Styles lands on his head and is greeted with a slap in the face by Danielson followed by a headlock takedown.

    Danielson controls Styles in a headlock, as Joe gets back to the apron, Styles fights to his feet and pushes Danielson into the ropes, knocking down Joe. Danielson turns around and Styles charges at him, however he has time to lower his head and flip Styles over the top rope, right on top of Samoa Joe. Both Styles and Joe are on the outside and Danielson sees an opening, he runs off the ropes and then dives through the middle rope taking both Joe and Styles down with a suicide dive. All three men are down on the outside Joe is the first one to his feet and he grabs Styles and throws him over the barricade into the crowd. He then turns his attention to Danielson and throws him into the barricade. He then creates some distance between the two and charges at Danielson hitting the ole’ kick; Danielson is down on the ground and Joe decides to size him up for a second ole’ kick but AJ Styles springboards over the barricade with a flying forearm, knocking down Samoa Joe.

    Styles quickly lifts up Danielson and throws him into the ring, he then climbs the apron and then to the top rope, he looks at Danielson in the ring and then Joe getting up on the outside and he flips with a Standing Shooting Star Press landing on top of Joe on the outside of the ring. Danielson gets to his feet and slides back to the outside and throws AJ Styles into the ring, he then turns to Joe and begins to destroy him with elbows until Joe is barely conscious on the outside of the ring. Danielson slides into the ring and kicks Styles in the back, he then grabs Styles by the neck and locks him in the Dragon Sleeper! Styles is trapped in the center of the ring, but he manages to fight back by randomly flailing his arm until it connects with the face of Danielson, he keeps punching Danielson until he breaks the hold. Both men get to their feet and Styles looks for another Pele Kick but Danielson ducks the kick and then locks Styles in a surfboard submission move. Joe slides into the ring and then runs, splashing Styles and Danielson at the same time.

    All three men are down and Joe is the first one to his feet, Danielson gets to his feet and he grabs him and throws him into the corner, he then grabs Styles and throws him into the corner as well. Joe then builds up momentum and charges in but both Styles and Danielson move at the same time. Danielson grabs Joe and takes him over with a Dragon Suplex but Styles breaks up the count. Styles grabs Danielson and throws him into the ropes, he does a leap frog but Danielson puts the breaks on and drops his knee as Styles lands with an atomic drop, stunning him, he looks for the Roaring Elbow but Styles ducks, Styles then locks him up with a Belly to Belly Suplex. Styles then grabs Danielson for the Styles Clash and he hits it! Styles covers…1…2…Joe breaks up the count!

    Joe grabs Styles and throws him into the corner and then destroys him with a series of knife edge chops, right hands and knees until Styles is on his down in the corner. Joe then picks him up out of the corner and then puts him back in upside down. Joe then takes a step back and runs at Styles, dropkicking him in the head. Joe then begins to humiliate Styles with the face-wash, he runs off the ropes and he connects with another kick to the head of Styles and he is down. Joe grabs Styles and connects with the Island Driver in the center of the ring. Instead of going for the cover, he looks at Danielson and he is still down. Joe then drags Styles into the corner and climbs to the top rope, he signals for a high impact but Danielson gets to his feet and knocks him off balance and Joe falls uncomfortably on the top rope. Danielson then climbs to the top rope and tries to take him over the top with a back suplex but Joe fights him off and knocks him down. Joe turns around and Styles is up and hammering away at him, Styles climbs to the top rope with him and the two men justle for positioning until Joe finally knocks Styles off the top rope. Danielson then springs to the top rope and quickly throws him off the top rope with a Belly to Belly Throw.

    All three men are down, and Danielson tries to get a shoulder on Joe, he finally does and the referee counts….1….2….Styles breaks up the count. Both men fight to their feet and Styles locks Danielson with a front face lock and tries to suplex him over, but Danielson blocks it and tries to suplex him over the top rope, he does but Styles lands on his feet. Styles then knees Danielson in the back as Danielson falls back towards the center of the ring into a hard knee from Joe which flips him inside out. Joe then turns around as AJ springboards off the top rope, but Joe ducks it and grabs him from behind in a waist lock, he tries for a German Suplex but Styles blocks it and reverses the hold, Styles rolls up Joe for a cover but Joe reaches his arms up and locks Styles in the Coquina Clutch. Styles reaches for the ropes but they are too far away and so he looks for another escape and is greeted by Bryan Danielson who kicks Joe in the head to break up the submission move. Danielson then grabs Joe and picks him up, he throws him into the corner and charges in after him, but Danielson crashes into the turnbuckle as Joe moves out of the way. Joe then quickly grabs Danielson and lifts him to the top rope, before he leaps and kicks him in the back of the head. Joe grabs Danielson and connects with the Muscle Buster! Joe covers….1…2…Styles breaks up the cover.

    Styles gets to his feet with Samoa Joe, the two men exchange punches with Joe getting the advantage, Joe throws Styles into the ropes and lowers his head, Styles kicks him in the head which stuns him, so Styles grabs Joe and loads him up, connecting with the Styles Clash. Styles covers but at the last possible moment Danielson breaks up the cover. Danielson grabs Joe and throws him to the outside of the ring. Danielson then waits for Styles to get to his feet and he connects with a knife edge chop. Styles chops him back and the two men exchange right hands and chops until Styles goes for the discus punch, Danielson ducks it and grabs Styles in a crucifix and tries to get the cover…1…2…kickout. Styles gets back to his feet and tries for a small package….1…2…kickout. Styles gets to his feet and he throws Danielson into the ropes and lowers his head and Danielson leaps over with a sunset flip…1…2…kickout. Danielson gets to his feet and then tries for a small package of his own, but Styles kicks out. Danielson then charges in at Styles and misses a clothesline as Styles ducks, Danielson comes off the ropes with a rebound and Styles connects with a hurricanrana…1…2…kickout.

    Styles cannot believe that Danielson kicked out of the hurricanrana. Styles gets to his feet first and he delivers a series of punches followed by the discus punch which knocks Danielson down. Joe gets to the apron and Styles knocks him down before climbing to the top rope, however he takes too long to get up their and Danielson meets him with right hand that throws him off balance. The two men justle for positioning on the top rope and Styles gets leverage, Styles then looks to setup Danielson for a Super Styles Clash but at the last possible moment Samoa Joe climbs to the apron and knocks both men off balance. He then steps into the ring and climbs the top rope, taking both men off the top rope with a Super Samoan Drop, and all three men are down again.

    All three men get to their feet at roughly the same time, all three of them exhausted due to the high tempo of this match from start to finish. Styles gets to his feet and he bounces off the ropes towards Samoa Joe, but Joe catches him and launches him into the air over the top rope and Styles lands on the apron. Danielson then charges at Joe but he takes a dive and Danielson’s shoulder is driven into Styles which knocks him off the apron to the floor. Joe then grabs Danielson and locks him in a standing Coquina Clutch but Danielson fights to the ropes and uses them as a slingshot, pushing his body back until Joe’s shoulders are down on the mat…1…2….kickout! Both men struggle to their feet and Danielson is up first, he dropkicks Joe back towards the turnbuckle. Danielson then charges into Joe and leaps, Joe ducks and Danielson lands on the second rope, he then springboards off the second rope and lands on the back of Joe with another dropkick. Danielson then hooks his arms underneath Joe’s and flips over into the Arms Across America (Cattle Mutilation), however he is to close to the ropes and Joe puts his foot on the ropes forcing Danielson to break the hold.

    Danielson then gets to his feet and sees Joe standing, he connects with a series of knife edge chops and then runs off the ropes, but Joe catches him in the air and puts him on the top rope. Joe then delivers a thumb to the eye which stuns Danielson long enough for him to hit the Muscle Buster. Samoa Joe goes for the cover but AJ Styles climbs to the top rope and leaps off with the Spiral Tap, intending to break up the count, but Joe moves at the last possible moment and Styles lands on top of Danielson. Styles gets to his feet and Joe runs off the ropes and delivers a kick to the face of Styles, the impact knocks him through the ropes to the floor. Joe then grabs Danielson in the middle of the ring and locks in the Coquina Clutch. Danielson is trapped in the center of the ring and there is no escape, he tries to fight to the ropes but he can’t reach them. Styles gets back to his feet and slides back in, he runs to break up the count but just as he gets there Danielson taps out and the referee rings the bell.

    Winner and STILL Intercontinental Champion: Samoa Joe
    The referee hands the belt to Samoa Joe who falls to rest in the corner, AJ Styles just stares him down and Bryan Danielson struggles back to his feet. Styles looks at Danielson, then at Joe and then slides out of the ring. Danielson then looks at Joe and slides out of the ring on the other side as the crowd chants “Match of the Year” and the camera zooms in on Joe who raises the title with one arm as we take another commercial break.

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