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    SMACKDOWN WRESTLING PRESENTS:
    WINTER WAR ZONE
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    A promo plays with the debut of Batista, the brawl between the two, and Lesnars speech of not being impressed with Batista. It's then notified that tonight’s match will declare the newest contender for the World Title. After the promo, Batista comes out first, with the fireworks going off as he makes his way to the ring. Lesnar comes out next, looking confident in tonight match.

    Number One Contender ship for the World Heavyweight Championship
    Batista vs. Brock Lesnar


    Both men walk up to the other, staring into each other’s eyes. They start talking back to the other. Lesnar then backs away, smiles, and then slaps Batista. Lesnar starts laughing and looks back at the fans. As he turns back, Batista charges and spears Lesnar! Batista starts throwing hard right and left fists as Lesnar, before being pulled away by the referee. As Batista walks back, Lesnar pulls Batista into the corner and starts shoulder thrusting him into the turn buckles! Lesnar then pulls Batista out a bit to the ring the belly to belly supex Batista onto the mat! Lesnar goes for a pin. 1 ... Batista kicks out!

    Both of them slowly get up to their corners as they stare the other down. They then slowly begin to pacing towards the other. Batista raises his arms a bit high, as does Lesnar. They then charge at the other, locking up! Both of them try to overpower the other using his own brute strength! Batista tries to push Lesnar back, as Lesnar tries to push Batista back. Lesnar pulls back quickly and kicks Batista in the gut! Lesnar then runs to the ropes and charges back to shoulder block Batista! But Batista stands his ground and stays up after the collision! Lesnar is pushed back after the block by Batista, looking a bit shocked.

    Batista just shakes his head as Lesnar paces slowly around him. Batista then charges and ducks Lesnars attempt counter! Batista toe kicks Lesnar as he turns around and pulls Lesnar up for a side vertical suplex. Batista attempts a pin, but Lesnar quickly pushes Batista away. Lesnar then gets up and charges at Batista pushing him into the turn buckles! Lesnar starts shoulder thrusting Batista into the turnbuckles and then stops to starts punching at him!

    Batista fights back, forcing Lesnar to back up towards the center of the ring. Batista throws three hard right hand punches in a row before running to bounce off the ropes, charging at Lesnar. Lesnar ducks the clothesline and reverses, grabbing onto Batista, with a german suplex. Lesnar holds onto Batista, pulling him up and then german suplexes Batista a second time. As Lesnar pulls Batista up for a third, Batista reverses the attempt, spinning behind Lesnar and side suplexes Lesnar onto the mat. Batista follows with a headlock on Lesnar. Lesnar pounds his first on the mat, frustrated with being overpowered by Batista for the moment. Lesnar lifts up a knee as he begins to push himself up from the mat. Batista tries to keep him down, applying more pressure to the hold. But Lesnar continues to push himself up, then grabbing onto Batista for leverage. Lesnar then lifts Batista off his feet to back suplex him onto the mat! Batista keeps a hold onto Lesnar after the slam, rolling over Lesnar to have the upper hand again. Lesnar pushes himself up again, quicker this time. As he gets himself up, Lesnar then pushes Batista towards a corner, Batista still not letting go. Lesnar manages to position himself in front of Batista, wrapping his arms around him, and belly to belly suplexes Batista off of him onto the mat!

    Both men stay down for a while, taking their time to get up. Lesnar stays on one knee after catching his breath, keeping his eyes on Batista. As Batista fully gets up,Lesnar charges at him, hitting with a full collision clothesline! Batista flipped off his feet, crashing onto the mat as Lesnar fell down after the hit. Lesnar then crawled over Batista for a pin. 1 ... 2 ... Batista kicks out! Lesnar waits before beginning to get up, pulling Batista with him. Batista tries to fight off, but Lesnar toe kicks him down. Lesnar then lifts Batista up, over his head and slams him back down onto the mat! Lesnar falls down after delivering the slam, then rushes over for another cover! 1 ... 2 ... Batista kicks out!

    Lesnar yells out in anger up to the ceiling. He then leans down and wraps his arms around Batista for a bear hug. Batista tries to quickly get up, but Lesnar uses all his might to keep Batista down. Batista tries to pull himself free, but Lesnar keeps the hold in place, using his legs for good support. Batista again attempts to push himself up, fighting against Lesnars strength. Lesnar tries to push Batista back down, but Batista pushes back with all his might. Batista soon slowly manages to push himself up to his feet. Lesnar quickly takes advantage, German suplexing Batista onto the mat! Batista rolls out the ring because of the momentum, as Lesnar stays down.

    Both men slowly get up, Lesnar in the ring and Batista out. Lesnar notices Batista and then runs to the other side of the ring, bounces off the ropes and then suicide dives through the ropes and hits Batista head on! Both men crash onto the ground after the hit. The referee slides out the ring to check on both men. They roll around, trying to get up as the referee see’s if they’re okay. Batista and Brock slowly begin to get up, both using something to help them balance themselves. Lesnar then pushes himself up, charging at Batista, clotheslining Batista into the protective barricades. Batista takes the hit head on, then grabs onto Lesnar and pushes him forward, but Lesnar reverses, belly to belly suplexing Batista hard onto the ground.

    Both men stay down after the slam, catching their breath again. Lesnar then rolls up, hearing the referee count them out. 6 … Lesnar pushes himself up … 8 … Lesnar rolls into the ring and rolls back out. The referee yells at Lesnar to get back in, but Brock ignores. Lesnar pulls Batista up, rolling him back into the ring and follows. After rolling into the ring, Brock grabs onto Batista and pulls him up. Batista kicks Lesnar and follows with attempt the Batista Bomb! Lesnar slips off and pulls Batista up to slam him back down, back first onto his knee. Lesnar keeps a hold on Batista, pulling him back up and slamming him back down onto his knee. Lesnar finishes with throwing Batista over his head, dropping on his back in the process. Batista slams onto the mat as Lesnar rolls over, slowly getting up.

    Lesnar begins to taunt Batista, signaling for the F5. Lesnar walks over and pulls Batista over his head, but Batista starts struggling. Batista then slips off, holding onto Lesnar as he drops onto his feet on the edge of the ring. Batista follows vertical suplexing Brock onto the ground off the ring! Both men drop hard onto the ground, staying down again. The referee starts the out count. 1 … 2 … 3 … Batista begins to slowly get up … 5 … Batista starts crawling towards the ring … 7 … Batista pulls himself up, using the edge of the ring for help … 9 … Batista rolls back in, only to be pulled out by Lesnar! Brock follows up with a hard clothesline, hitting Batista down onto the floor.


    Lesnar walks over and pulls the steel steps towards the announcers table as Batista stays down. Lesnar then walks over to the announcers table to clear it out. As Batista slowly tries to get up, Lesnar walks over to pull him to the steel steps. The referee slides out the ring to try to stop Lesnar, threatening with a disqualification. Lesnar pushes the referee out of the way and pulls Batista up for an F5 off the steel steps! Batista starts kicking and elbowing Lesnar. Lesnar tries to keep Batista up, but is soon forced to lower him down. Batista tries to pull Lesnar up for a Batista bomb off the steel steps, but is pushes away! Batista paces back off the steel steps, but the charges up and spears Lesnar off the steel steps into the table! Both men crash into the table! The referee runs over to check on both men as they lay over the broken table.

    Batista is the first to slowly stagger himself up slowly, grabbing onto Lesnar to pull him up as well. Batista walks towards the ring, pulling Brock with him. Batista then rolls Lesnar into the ring as he then climbs to the top ropes off the edge of the ring. As Lesnar slowly gets up in the ring, Batista gets onto the top ropes. As Brock turns around Batista jumps off the top ropes, shoulder blocking Lesnar! Lenar goes down as Batista rolls back up after delivering the hit. Batista then yells with the fans as he signals for the Batista Bomb. Batista grabs onto Lesnar and positions him for the finisher. But Lesnar quickly reacts, shifting himself under Batista and lifts Batista up to F5 him back down onto the mat! Lesnar stays down after delivering the F5, unable to capitalize quickly enough. Brock then slowly crawls over Batista for the cover. 1 … 2 … Batista kicks out!

    Lesnar looks at the referee, who is telling him that it was a two. Brock covers Batista again. 1 … 2 … Batista kicks out again! Lesnar yells at the referee to count faster and covers again. 1 … 2 … Batista kicks out again! Batista then starts to get up, as Lesnar backs away, unsure of what to do now. Lesnar then charges at Batista, pushing him up against the turn buckles. Brock then Irish whips Batista to the other side and follows, but Batista dodges Lesnars spear! Lesnar charges head on through the turnbuckles into the steel post! Batista takes advantage of the situation, pulling Brock out and positions him for the Batista Bomb. Batista then lifts Lesnar up and slams him back down for the Batista Bomb! Batista goes for the cover! 1 … 2 … Lesnar grabs onto the bottom rope! Batista quickly pulls Lesnar away from the ropes and covers again. 1 … 2 … Brock kicks out! Batista looks shocked as Lesnar slowly gets back up.

    Batista grabs onto Brock as he tries to get up and positions for another Batista Bomb! But Lesnar escapes and toe kicks Batista. Lesnar then pulls Batista up and powerbombs him back down! Brock keeps a hold of Batista as he pulls him back up and powerbombs him back down again! Lesnar still keeps a hold as he pulls him back up and slams him back down a third time, releasing him this time! Lesnar drops next to Batista after delivering three powerbombs. Brock drapes his arm over Batista for a pin. 1 … 2 … Batista kicks out! Batista follows up, rolling out of Brocks reach. Brock rolls himself up, frustrated that he hasn’t won yet. Lesnar then walks out of the ring towards the ring announcers and throws the time keeper off his chair and grabs the steel chair. The referee checks on Batista, as Lesnar grabs a second chair with him as he walks back to the ring

    Lesnar throws one steel chair into the ring, as he rolls in with the second. The referee grabs the steel chair thrown and walks to the edge of the ring. Batista gets up as the referee tries to get someone to grab his chair. Lesnar charges at Batista with the steel chair, but Batista ducks! As Lesnar spins around, Batista toe kicks Lesnar, dropping the chair, and picks Lesnar up! Batista then Batista bombs Lesnar onto the mat! The referee rushes back as Batista goes for a pin! 1 ... 2 ... 3!
    Winner: Batista

    Batista gets up, raising his arm as the bell rings. Brock Lesnar stays down as Batista celebrates his victory. After Batista leaves, Lesnar slowly gets up, looking frustrated with his loss.

    Switching cameras to backstage where Todd Grisham complements the match and then introduces Kennedy for an interview. Grisham asks Kennedy what he thought about Batista vs. Brock Lesnar. Kennedy yells back that he doesn’t care about their match, because tonight is his night. Kennedy says that tonight he will become Smackdowns first ever TV and World Heavyweight Champion. Kennedy talks about how he isn’t afraid of the FUW and ends with how he garuntees that he will defeat Rob Van Dam tonight.
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    SMACKDOWN WRESTLING PRESENTS:
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    GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN


    the promo for the triple threat match plays, showing how Christian became champion in the ladder match. THen continues to how he made enemies with MVP and Edge. After the promo, Edge comes out to his theme music. He is then followed by MVP, who is followed by Christian.

    United States Championship
    Christian vs. Edge vs. MVP

    Christian looks to his right and left as MVP and Edge pace towards him. Christian then leaps forward to punch at Edge! Christian starts hitting Edge with rights and lefts into a corner. Edge fights back and punches a hard right hand, forcing Christian away! As Christian walks away, MVP walks to him and throws a hard punch! Christian turns around to be punched by Edge! Christian spins around after the hit and is booted in the face by MVP! Christian falls through the ropes, MVP and Edge sliding out of the ring to follow.

    Christian get up slowly and tries to get away, but is stopped by MVP. MVP throws a hard right! As Christian turns around, Edge hits a hard right of his own. MVP pulls Christian towards him and vertical suplexes Christian back first onto the ground! Christian yells in pain as MVP slowly gets up. Edge then grabs onto MVP and pushes him into the steel post shoulder first! MVP drops to the ground, holding onto his shoulder. Edge then goes over to Christian to pull him up and irish whip Christian into the steel steps! Christian hits the steel steps from his side! Edge walks over to pull Christian back up and rolls him into the ring.

    Edge quickly follows up Christian in the ring and walks over to the other side of the ring. Christian slowly tries to get up as Edge crouches down waiting for a spear. Christian gets up to his knee and pushes himself up as Edge begins to charge! Christian drops to the mat as MVP pulls his legs from under him as Edge jumps up for a spear, missing Christian and hitting the turn buckles! MVP rolls into the ring right after and begins to stomp on the two. Edge slowly pulls himself up, as does Christian. MVP grabs onto Christian and irish whips him into Edge with all his might! MVP drops to the mat after the throw, both Christian and Edge fall to the mat after collision. MVP slowly gets up and walks over to push Edge out the ring.

    MVP then walks over to grab Christian, but is pulled down for a schoolboy pin! 1 ... 2 ... MVP kicks out! MVP rolls up, but is pulled back down for a second roll up pin! 1 ... 2 ... MVP kicks out again! MVP then grabs onto Christian to flip him over for a pin! 1 ... 2 ... Christian kicks out! Both men quickly get up, Christian quickly acts with a drop kick into MVP! MVP drops onto the mat as Christian stays down, catching his breath. Christian slowly begins to get up and begins to stomp on MVP’s hurt shoulder. MVP tries to roll away, but Christian follows. MVP then uses his legs to get a hold of Christian and pull him down with full force! MVP then rolls over Christian and grabs his legs for a Sharp Shooter!

    Christian reaches for the ropes as MVP locks him in the hold! Edge rolls back into the ring and runs to spear MVP! But MVP ducks under and counters, letting go of Christian, to spinebuster Edge flat on the mat! MVP covers Edge. 1 ... 2 ... Edge kicks out. As MVP gets up, Christian grabs onto him and irish whips him into the ropes. As MVP runs back, Christian belly to belly suplexes MVP onto the mat! As MVP gets up, Christian clotheslines him over the ropes, out of the ring. Edge quickly runs behind him, to push Christian over the ropes as well! Edge then goes to climb to the top rope as Christian and MVP slowly get up. Edge jumps off and lands on both men, bringing them all down! Edge rolls away from the two, slowly getting up. Edge kneels up, waiting as both Christian and MVP get up. Edge then charges for a spear, but Christian ducks out of the way, while MVP gets speared onto the ground! As Edge gets up, Christian rushes forward, shoving Edge into the protective barricade. Christian charges at Edge and begins punching at him, trying to keep him down. Christian then pulls Edge up, only to throw him back down into the barricades. Christian then walks over to pull MVP up and into the ring.

    Christian goes for a pin on MVP. 1 … 2 … MVP kicks out! Christian slams his fists hard onto the mat as the referee tells him that the match will continue. MVP slowly gets up as Christian watches over him. Christian then grabs onto MVP and throws him into a corner. Christian follows up charging, only to be booted in the face by MVP. MVP follows up, chagrining roll up pinning Christian! 1 … 2 … Christian kicks out! MVP quickly resorts to a head lock. Christian tries to roll out, but MVP switches it to a modified arm lock. Christian tries to push himself out of it, but MVP switches to a sleep hold. Christian, still in a hold, manages to push MVP into the corner to break the hold. But MVP keeps a hold, then scooping Christian up and rushing towards the center, slamming Christian onto the mat. Christian stays down, rolling near the edge of the ring. MVP walks over towards Christian, then quickly running to bounce off the opposite end, running back to stop to taunt with a “ballin’” signal, and then elbow drops onto Christian. MVP goes for a cover. 1 … 2 … Christian kicks out!

    Christian tries to roll out of the ring, but MVP grabs a hold of him as he’s on the outside edge of the ring. MVP then pulls Christian through the ropes as Christian faces up. MVP follows with a reverse DDT with Christian off the middle rope! MVP covers again. 1 … 2 … Christian grabs onto the bottom ropes. MVP pulls Christian towards the center of the ring and attempts another pin. 1 … 2 … Edge pulls MVP off of Christian! Edge then goes for a clothesline, but MVP boots Edge in the face! MVP falls back after delivering a quick kick as Edge goes down. Christian slowly gets up as MVP rushes to him, punching and elbowing him back down. Edge gets up, and MVP rushes back to him, with another quick vicious kick to the head! MVP then walks back to Christian, who started getting up again. Christian reacts, grabbing onto MVP and pulling him through the turn buckles into the steel post shoulder first!

    Christian crawls behind MVP to cradle pin him. 1 … 2 … MVP kicks out! Christian gets up and pulls MVP with him. MVP quickly pokes Christian in the eyes and then pulls him into the turnbuckles. MVP throws a few punches before grabbing onto Christian and lifts him up to the top ropes. MVP then attempts a super suplex from the top ropes, but Christian keeps a hold onto the ropes. Both men struggle while Edge walks up behind to climb to the middle ropes, grabbing onto MVP. MVP is pushed by Christian, who falls outside the ring, while getting german suplexed by Edge off the middle ropes! All three men are down!

    The referee checks on all three men while they stay down. Edge slowly crawls over to pin MVP, but MVP starts crawling to the ropes. MVP then slowly climbs up with the ropes, but Edge pulls MVP off. MVP twists back to kick Edge away. MVP stretches out again to climb up, but again Edge pulls MVP back. MVP wraps his legs around Edge’s legs and manages to pull him down to the mat. MVP then rolls on top of Edge and applies the Sharp Shooter! Edge starts squirming to get out as MVP applies more pressure. Edge reaches for the ropes, but MVP manages to keep him in a good distance away. As MVP keeps the hold in lock, Christian rolls up to quickly spinning drop kick MVP in the head! MVP lets go of Edge as he falls flat onto the mat.

    Edge slowly gets up, but is pushed into a corner by Christian. Christian then climbs onto the middle rope, having a grip on Edge’s hair. Christian then begins furiously punching at Edge’s face! 1 … 2 … 3 … 4 … 5 … 6 … 7 … 8 … Edge lets go of the grip and drops, pulling Christian with him, having Christian land face first onto the top turnbuckle! Edge takes advantage to roll up pin Christian! 1 … 2 … Christian kicks out! Edge then rolls to the other corner of the ring as Christian slowly begins to get up. Edge gets up to his knee, waiting for Christian. Christian slowly gets up and turns around, having Edge pounce out! But MVP surprises Edge, big booting Edge into the head! Edge crashes onto the mat and rolls out the ring from the impact of the kick! Christian rushes behind MVP and slams him down with the Reverse Back Stabber! Christian goes for the cover! 1 … 2 … MVP kicks out! Christian looks shocked as MVP just kicked out of his finisher.

    Christian goes for a cover again. 1 … 2 … MVP kicks out again! Christian grabs onto MVP’s arms and forces them down, going for a pin again. 1 … 2 … MVP kicks out a third time! MVP slowly forces Christian back while getting up, overpowering him. MVP then irish whips Christian into the ropes, elbowing him in the jaw as he bounces back. MVP slowly walks to a corner and climbs to the middle ropes. MVP then taunts with another “ballin’” signal before jumping off to flying elbow drop onto Christian’s chest. MVP covers Christian. 1 … 2 … Christian kicks out! MVP then grabs onto Christians legs to attempt a Sharp Shooter. But Christian struggles himself free, kicking MVP away. MVP then rushes back as Christian gets up, toe kicking him. MVP then lifts Christian up and slams him down with a vicious powerbomb! MVP goes for the cover! 1 … 2 … Edge dives in to stop the count!

    MVP struggles up as Edge keeps elbowing him in the back. MVP soon turns around to throw some punches back at him. Christian rolls to the edge of the ring as the two men continue to brawl. MVP soon ducks at a swing and pulls Edges legs from under him, attempting a Sharp Shooter again! Edge squirms his way quickly to the bottom rope, being able to avoid the submission. As both men continue to fight in the ring, Christian rolls out of the ring to grab his US title belt. Christian walks back, holding his belt and sits onto the outside edge of the ring, looking exhausted. Edge manages to drop kick MVP into a corner and notices Christian. Edge walks over and leans to grab Christian, but gets hit head on with the championship belt!

    The referee yells at Christian, but can do nothing because there’s no DQ. Edge holds his head as Christian rolls into the ring, checking to see if MVP would get up. Christian then turns his head back as Edge, dropping the title and pulling Edge up. Edge’s bloody head is exposed as Christian pulls him up. Christian then delivers a belly to belly suplex to Edge, keeping a hold of him after the suplex, attempting a pin. 1 … 2 … MVP dives in to stop the count! MVP then pulls Christian up and forces him into a corner, throwing right and left punches. Edge slowly rolls to the opposite side, getting up to his knee. Christian manages to throw MVP out of the ring, then leans over to quickly grab the US title as he turns around. Edge charges for a spear, but gets hit in the head again by the US title! Edge collapses onto the mat as Christian goes for a pin! 1 … 2 … MVP pulls Christian out of the ring!

    MVP throws three hard right hands and then toe kicks Christian to follow up with a powerbomb on the outside of the ring, onto the floor! MVP then taunts at Christian as he’s down, signaling a title around his waist. MVP rolls back into the ring and covers Edge for a pin. 1 … 2 … Edge grabs onto the bottom rope! MVP looks shocked as he drags Edge towards the center and pins again. 1 … 2 … Edge kicks out! MVP gets frustrated, pulling Edge up and attempts another powerbomb, but Edge pushes MVP out of the way and then charges for a clothesline! But MVP ducks and turns around as Edge bounces back from the ropes, both men clothesline the other! MVP and Edge are down in the ring as Christian stays down outside.

    Edge slowly gets up with MVP, both men leaning on the other. MVP then pushes off, going for a swing. But Edge ducks and counters with a DDT! Edge stays down after delivering the DDT for a bit, but then rolls to a corner and climbs to the top rope. As Edge gets to the top, MVP quickly gets up and climbs up with Edge, attempting a super suplex! As Edge keeps a hold of the ropes to avoid it, Christian slowly rolls into the ring. MVP starts punching at Edge’s exposed head, but is soon pulled away by Christian, walking under MVP and lifting him away. Christian keeps MVP up as Edge slowly stands up on the top ropes. Edge then jumps off the top rope for a modified spear into MVP! Christian falls down with MVP and Edge! After the men crash down, Christian rushes over to low drop kick Edge, kicking him out of the ring! Christian then rushes over, crawling over MVP for a cover! 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winner: Christian

    Christian rolls out of the ring quickly then celebrating as MVP stays down in the ring. Edge slowly gets up, confused of what just happened. Christian grabs his US title, yelling at the fans telling them “I told you so!” MVP rolls onto this stomach, keeping his head down. While Edge just leans forward on the ropes, watching Christian leave with the US title.

    Camera switches to RVD being interviewed by Todd Grisham. RVD makes his interview short, saying that tonight he will walk out the World Champion and that he will show Kennedy who is a real champion.
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    SMACKDOWN WRESTLING PRESENTS:
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    GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN


    A video package plays for the final match. We see how Kennedy and Rob Van Dam ended in a draw on who would face who for their titles. Kennedy chose himself for the World Title, so Rob Van Dam chose himself for Kennedy’s title in spite. Kennedy starts fighting back at the formation of the FUW, even standing up to the newest member, Abyss. The video package soon ends and Kennedy’s music plays first as he walks out. Kennedy is soon followed by Rob Van Dam, walking out alone. Michael Cole and Eric Bischoff inform us that the FUW members are banned from ringside in this match. Both men’s titles are shown to the audience as the referee rings for the bell to start the main event.


    TV Championship Match
    Ken Kennedy vs. Rob Van Dam

    Kennedy and RVD lock up in the middle of the ring as the match begins! Both men push the other back and forth, trying to prove who’s the stronger of the two. RVD lifts his leg up for a kick to Kennedys mid section! Kennedy backs off as RVD walks forward to start elbowing Kennedy in the head. Kennedy pushes RVD away and throws a hard right hand, sending RVD to the mat! Kennedy tries to recover as RVD slowly gets up. Both man keeping an eye on the other. The crowd starts cheering as both men walk up into each other’s faces, bad mouthing each other. Kennedy then throws another hard right hand! RVD is pushed back by it, but comes back with his own hard right hand! Kennedy falls short and gets back up with another hard right hand! RVD waddles back and then charges to low drop kick Kennedy’s leg! Kennedy drops to the mat as RVD starts stomping onto Kennedys knee! Kennedy rolls his way to the bottom rope, trying to keep away from Van Dam. The referee pushes RVD away from Kennedy, as he gets up.

    Kennedy takes advantage, rushing behind the referee to push RVD into a turnbuckle! Kennedy then starts shoulder thrusting RVD into the corner continuously! The referee pulls Kennedy off for a second, but as Kennedy walks back, RVD gives a high right foot to the face! Kennedy paces back, holding onto his jaw as RVD tries to recover. Kennedy then turns to get clotheslined by RVD! RVD then runs back to the ropes, and bounces off the ropes and charging clothesline Kennedy to the mat again! RVD then spinning leg drops onto Kennedy and follows with a cover! 1 ... 2 ... Kennedy pushes RVD off! RVD slowly gets up and goes to pull Kennedy up with him. But Kennedy counters, grabbing RVD’s legs and dropping him to the mat! Kennedy then tries to get RVD in the Green Bay Clover! Both men are struggling as Kennedy uses all his strength to try to get RVD in the hold! RVD then manages to reverse, pulling Kennedy down for a pin! 1 ... 2 ... Kennedy kicks out!

    As both men quickly get back up, RVD spinning drop kicks Kennedy’s left leg again! Kennedy drops to his face after the hit! RVD pushes himself up and begins to stomp on Kennedy leg again! Kennedy again rolls away, but RVD pulls Kennedy back to the center of the ring and pulls Kennedy’s leg up to slam it back down onto the mat! Kennedy rolls on his back, holding his left knee. RVD leans over to grab onto Kennedy’s left elg and puts him in a one legged Boston Crab! Kennedy yells in pain as RVD keeps the hold in a lock! Kennedy yells no when the referee asks if he wants to give up. RVD yells at him to tap as Kennedy pushes himself up and begins to pulls himself to a bottom rope. Kennedy slowly crawls, using his upper body. RVD tries to lean forward, keeping pressure on the leg, but Kennedy slowly manages to grab onto the bottom rope! The referee yells at RVD to let go but he refuses. The referee counts for a disqualification! 1 ... 2 ... 3 ... RVD slams Kennedy’s leg onto the mat before letting go!

    Kennedy holds onto his leg as the referee checks on him. RVD pulls Kennedy to a edge of the ring and then runs to the opposite side and bounces back for a Rolling Thunder! But Kennedy rolls up quickly and low drop kicks RVD’s right leg! Both men drop onto the mat, Kennedy hurt after delivering the kick and RVD, grabbing onto his own leg. Both men get up; RVD pulls Kennedy close to an upper cut! RVD then pushes Kennedy up, into the turn buckles, giving another upper cut. RVD follows with wrapping Kennedys left leg into the ropes and punching Kennedy off, when Kennedy tries to stop him. Kennedy tries to stop RVD, but is then head butted in the gut! RVD head butts Kennedy three times before back flipping and charging to then drop kick Kennedy left leg! Kennedy falls to the mat, leg untangled from the ropes! RVD gets up and positions Kennedy around the corner, while trying to pull Kennedys left knee pad off. RVD would then stretch out Kennedy’s leg and swiftly kick it three times! Kennedy yells in pain as he holds onto his leg with RVD walking over him. RVD then jumps onto the top rope and five star presses off the top ropes onto Kennedy! RVD goes for a pin! 1 ... 2 ... Kennedy kicks out!

    RVD takes a breather before getting up, pulling Kennedy with him. RVD then attempts a vertical suplex, but Kennedy lands the flip and pushes RVD into the turnbuckles! RVD jumps up to bounce off the ropes and spinning drop kicks Kennedy! Kennedy goes down holding his face as RVD wobbles on his landing. RVD attempts a pin. 1 … 2 … Kennedy kicks out! RVD gets up to quickly spinning leg drop onto Kennedy. Kennedy stays down as RVD runs over to bounce off the ropes, rolling flip, only to get clotheslined by Kennedy. Kennedy runs to bounce off the ropes to clothesline RVD again as he tries to get back up. Kennedy runs to bounce off again off the ropes, but RVD ducks. Kennedy continues to run and as he bounces back, Kennedy charging DDT’s RVD flat onto the ring! Kennedy covers. 1 … 2 … RVD kicks out!

    Kennedy grabs onto RVD’s right arm and applies an arm lock. RVD tries to squirm out, but Kennedy maneuvers himself over to knee into the right shoulder of RVD. RVD slowly gets up, with Kennedy still applying a lock onto the hold. RVD then pushes Kennedy into the ropes and flips Kennedy over onto the mat, but Kennedy keeps a hold, flipping RVD right after onto the mat, still keeping a hold of his arm. RVD punches the mat as Kennedy applies more pressure onto his arm. RVD slowly gets up again, still having Kennedy hold onto his arm. RVD then scoop slams Kennedy down, but Kennedy drags RVD down with him, still in an arm lock. RVD slowly gets up again, this time toe kicking Kennedy off. RVD then runs to bounce off the ropes and quickly low drop kicks Kennedy leg again! Kennedy drops to the mat as RVD takes advantage.

    RVD grabs onto Kennedy leg and slams it down onto the mat, having Kennedy yell in pain. Kennedy tries to crawl away, but RVD follows him, stomping on Kennedy’s arms and legs when exposed. RVD then pulls Kennedy up to push him into a corner. RVD follows with a high kick to the head, having Kennedy drop to the mat again. Kennedy rolls out the ring, holding his head as RVD climbs to the top ropes. Kennedy turns to see RVD climbing, and quickly climbs up the ring, up the ropes. Kennedy then grabs onto RVD and superplexes him off the top ropes, out the ring, onto the floor! The referee runs out the ring to check on both men as they stay down.

    Kennedy rolls onto his stomach as RVD stays on his back. The referee soon rolls back into the ring to start the out count. 1 … 2 … 3 … 4 … 5 …6 … Kennedy slowly gets up, as does RVD … 8 … Kennedy grabs onto ring apron to pull himself back in, as RVD leaps into the ring! Both men stay down on the edge of the ring, still hurting from the fall. Kennedy crawls to a corner, using the turnbuckles as leverage. RVD stays down as Kennedy slowly walks over to him. Kennedy drags RVD away from the ropes and goes for a cover. 1 … 2 … RVD kicks out! Kennedy pushes himself up, looking down at RVD. Kennedy then walks over to the corner again and climbs to the top ropes. As he climbs to the top, Kennedy yells at RVD, taunting for a second then jumps off for a Kenton Bomb! But RVD rolls out of the way just in time, having Kennedy land flat on his back!

    RVD slowly crawls to a corner and climbs to the top ropes now. Kennedy lays flat on his back as RVD slowly makes his way to the top turnbuckles and then jumps off for the Five Star Frog Splash! RVD lands onto Kennedy, bouncing off after! Kennedy rolls near the edge of the ring, holding onto his stomach, after the hit. RVD stays down after delivering the frog splash, while Kennedy holds onto his ribs. RVD slowly crawls over to Kennedy and attempts a pin. 1 … 2 … Kennedy grabs onto the bottom ropes! RVD stays down, lying next to Kennedy. RVD then slowly gets up, pulling Kennedy to the middle edge of the ring. RVD follows with running to bounce off the other side and Rolling Thunder onto Kennedy. But Kennedy quickly reacts, rolling RVD up for a pin after taking the hit! 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winner: Mr. Kennedy

    RVD pushes himself up, looking shocked as Kennedy gets up smiling. The referee pushes RVD away from Kennedy, as Kennedy leans onto the turn buckles. The referee asks RVD if he’s ready for the next match. Rob Van Dam screams “yes!” The referee then walks over to Kennedy and asks the same question and gets a yes. The referee then yells for the bell to ring!


    World Heavyweight Championship Match
    Ken Kennedy vs. Rob Van Dam

    Kennedy and Rob Van Dam charge at each other, Kennedy tackling RVD! Kennedy throws some hard punches, but is soon rolled over to take some hits from Rob Van Dam! The referee pulls RVD off, letting Kennedy some time to get up. But as Kennedy gets up, RVD spinning drop kicks Kennedy! Kennedy drops, rolling onto the outside edge of the ring, before getting up on a limp. RVD quickly charges at Kennedy, cross bodying into Kennedy, having both men drop outside of the ring! Both men stay down for a bit, before RVD starts getting up with rage. RVD then lifts Kennedy up onto the protective barricades, then climbing onto the outside edge of the ring. RVD follows, spinning leg dropping onto Kennedy, but Kennedy dodges, having RVD hit the barricade! RVD drops onto the ground, holding onto his leg, as Kennedy climbs over the barricade. Kennedy then pulls RVD back in the ring, before the referee counts to ten.

    Kennedy climbs over for a cover. 1 … 2 … Rob Van Dam kicks out! Kennedy leans down, still over RVD, and then slowly gets up. RVD pushes himself up as well, as Kennedy gets to his feet. Kennedy grabs onto RVD’s hair to pull him up, but RVD quickly kicks Kennedy’s leg. Kennedy lets go, pacing away, while RVD holds onto his own leg after kicking. Kennedy charges at RVD, but gets spinning drop kicked down. RVD holds onto his leg again after delivering the drop kick. Kennedy slowly gets up as RVD walks up to him. RVD pushes Kennedy to a corner, throwing some elbows to Kennedy head. RVD then Irish whips Kennedy into the other corners turnbuckles! Kennedy slams into the turnbuckles and drop, RVD falling to the mat from the momentum.

    Kennedy crawls up to sit down, leaning on the turnbuckles. RVD gets up and walks over to start stomping on Kennedy. RVD then backs away to charge in for a low drop kick. But Kennedy rolls out the way quickly and RVD kicks the turnbuckles dropping flat onto the mat. Kennedy then rolls out the ring and pulls RVD’s leg out to the edge of the ring, near the steel post. Kenney tried to pull RVD’s leg more, but Van Dam holds onto the ropes and then pulls Kennedy with his leg into the steel post! Kennedy stays leaning onto the steel post as RVD rolls out the ring. RVD then trips Kennedy onto his back, onto the ground. As Kennedy stays down, RVD grabs onto his legs and flips Kennedy up, face first into the steel ring post! Kennedy drops onto the ground after hitting the ring post, head down. RVD rolls into the ring as the referee continues the out count. 5 … 6 … 7 … Kennedy leans up, grabbing onto the ropes to help pull himself up … 9 … Kennedy pulls himself inside the ring, showing his head busted open. RVD kicks Kennedys head, then pulling him near the center of the ring for a cover! 1 … 2 … Kennedy kicks out!

    RVD gets up slowly, holding his head, trying to think. RVD pulls Kennedy up to his knees and begins to punch Kennedy’s exposed busted open head. RVD then let’s go oh Kennedy’s head and back up, only the charge back, drop kicking Kennedy’s head. Kennedy falls down after the kick, as RVD slides for a pin. 1 … 2 … Kennedy kicks out! RVD then lifts himself up to then drop his knee onto Kennedy’s head! Kennedy rolls around after that, slowly getting up. RVD rushes over to push Kennedy into the corner and starts elbowing him in the head. RVD follows with grabbing onto Kennedy’s head and slamming him back down onto the mat with a running bulldog! RVD goes for another pin. 1 … 2 … Kennedy kicks out again! RVD gets up in rage, thinking of how to finish the match.

    RVD then walks towards the corner and climbs to the top ropes. As Kennedy stays down, RVD taunts with his “Rob Van Dam” chant, and then jumps off for a frog splash! But Kennedy pulls his knees out, having RVD land stomach first into Kennedys knees! RVD flops onto the mat after making collision! Kennedy stays down after countering RVD’s frog splash. As RVD stays down, holding onto his ribs, Kennedy slowly crawls over for a pin on RVD. 1 … 2 … RVD kicks out! Kennedy stays down for a while before getting up, pulling RVD up with him. RVD pushes Kennedy away and attempts a high kick, but Kennedy ducks. As RVD turns around, Kennedy grabs onto RVD and Mic Checks him onto the mat! Both men stay down; Kennedy slowly rolls on top of RVD for a pin. 1 … 2 … RVD kicks out!

    Kennedy starts pulling at his hair as he gets up to his knees. Kennedy then leans down to pull RVD, but gets kicked in the head. Kennedy paces back after getting hit, while RVD rolls up. Kennedy charges for a clothesline, but RVD ducks and runs to bounce off the ropes. As Kennedy turns, RVD charges for a drop kick, but Kennedy dodges and the referee gets kicked in the head, trough the ropes, and out of the ring! RVD is shocked and turns around to be tripped off his feet. Kennedy then puts RVD in the Green Bay Clover! RVD tries to reach for the ropes, but Kennedy pulls him to the center of the ring! RVD screams in pain as Kennedy keeps the submission in a lock. RVD holds onto his head, trying to fight off the pain. Kennedy yells for him to tap! RVD tries to struggle out of the hold, but fails. RVD finally taps out … But there is no referee to call it!

    Kennedy lets go of the hold, waiting to be awarded the world title. But soon see’s that there is no referee in the ring. Kennedy rolls out of the ring the wake the referee as RVD stays down on the mat. Kennedy walks over to get the referee, but is soon attacked by Brock Lesnar, who just ran out of the entrance into the arena! Lesnar then throws Kennedy into the steel ring post! RVD stays down, as Lesnar continues to attack Kennedy. Brock then pushes Kennedy in the ring and walks over to grab the World Title and roll back into the ring. Lesnar pulls Kennedy up screaming at him that if he can’t have the title, neither can Kennedy. Lesnar then drops the title to lift Kennedy up, only to slam him back down with an F5! Lesnar then rolls out the ring and pushes the referee back in. RVD slowly looks up to see Kennedy laid out as the referee starts to wake. RVD slowly crawls up to the turnbuckles, to the top rope. As RVD finally climbs to the top, he jumps off for a five star frog splash and connects! RVD stays on top of Kennedy, after the hit for a pin. 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winner: Rob Van Dam

    RVD stays down as the referee grabs the World Championship to reward it back to him. RVD slowly rolls out the ring, holding the title over one shoulder, while being helped by a referee running down. Kennedy stays down as the music plays and another referee checks on him. Michael Cole and Eric Bischoff thank you for watching and have a good night.


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    Alright, Greywolf, you can thank WP and System for making me aware of this fed. On the podcast they do, they're always wondering if you've posted Winter Warzone. Well, seeing as you have, I guess it's open for a lil' review. The page loaded, and I saw weird pictures at the top... not giving me much confidence, but I've got an open mind.

    - Already having a little trouble. Your writing style makes everything seem quite boring. It reads like this:

    'I am going to walk over to that spot. Now that I am at that spot, I will turn around. I have turned around at this spot. Someone else is walking to this spot. I am still here now that the other person has arrived at this spot.'

    Know what I mean? Writing matches is one of the hardest things to do, because you have to not only entertain the reader, but also convey the story involved. When you have to READ a match, it's hard to get too enthusiastic about what's happening. It's very easy to feel bored. What we need to do, is draw the reader in with emotion. If Kendrick gets Irish whipped into the turnbuckle, I don't want the next line to be about Carlito clothlining him. He can do that after you've established the effect of hitting the turnbuckle. Does he recoil? Does he have to stop himself from sliding down, because of the impact? Of course then you get into the problem of, what's too much detail? Well you can only learn that from experience. Anyway, hopefully I don't come across as 'superior' in any way here - I'm far from a perfect writer, but your name is new to me, so I thought I'd pass a few tidbits.

    Anyway, Kendrick and London pick up the win, which pleases me. Both Carlito and Chavo do nothing, but make me want to hang myself.

    - I don't think I'm making a wild assumption, when I say you're a fan of Kennedy. You did something I miss in fed's these days: someone arriving at the Arena. It's simple, but it makes them seem a lot more important, than if, say, they've arrived early and you just assume they're hanging around backstage.

    - Bit early for a Steel Cage match, but then again, I don't know the history. Wow, wasn't expecting Kane. Either someone helps Noble, or Kane will certainly win this one. Is it escape only? It's just that I don't see Kane trying to escape, if he's allowed to pin, to win the match. I tell you, this match is miles ahead of the opening tag already. A bit of advice, though, instead of using 'Noble' and 'Kane' all the time, mix it up. Call him Jamie every-now-and-then, or add nicknames, such as the 'Big Red Machine'. It really helps the flow because, as I mentioned before, it becomes repetitive if you keep repeating the same names - which, in turn, brings on the boredom. I really liked Abyss' interference. I was wondering how long it would take Fan Fic, to put the two into a feud. While it wasn't on the same level as Kane's debut, he did look strong - not because what he did, but because you could tell Kane feared him. He did NOT want Abyss to get his hands on him.

    - What's FUW? Judging by the thread name, it isn't your company's letters. Is it a stable? If so, you should write the name out in full first, just so there's no question. Actually, while we're here, I'd suggest getting a mod to change your thread name. It comes across as extremely... and I hate this word... 'newbie'. Caps lock never helps. Even if it was just a ___ Presents: Smackdown Wrestling! it would probably draw people to it a lot more. Anyway, that was more HOPEFULLY useful feedback. I hope I'm not annoying/depressing you with it. Miz, Torrie and 'Extreme Steve'. Well, I can certainly see Miz and Torrie together, afterall she did marry Billy Kidman. Is Extreme Steve, Stevie Richards? If so, I can kind of picture it. We'll see how it goes. Van Dam is always great.

    - Christian talks, and already there's that repetition. The word 'fans' comes up; seven words later, it appears again. Either find a different word to fit what you're trying to say, or put it a different way. As I continue reading the promo, I see that the subject is about fans - so while you can get away with the rest of the promo, that second 'fans' just reads as out of place. Yes, I like nitpicking, but I assure you I'm not an asshole.

    - I really liked Sting/Booker T match. I think you've got a great understanding of moves, and logically progressing from one, to the next. I think you put both guys in the perfect role - Book did everything he could to take a shortcut; when he realised it wouldn't work, he tried to escape, like a coward. Sting HAD to win this one because it was sweet justice that, after all Booker T tried to do, the good guy came back in the end and got the win. Some would argue that it makes Booker look weak, but I disagree. Being beaten by Sting doesn't put your stock down, and both men came out looking better.

    - F'd up match? Well, that's certainly original. Maybe you're going for the Taz, FTW kind of thing? Who knows. What I do know, however, is you still haven't told me what FUW stands for. At this point, though, I'm guessing Fucked Up Wrestlers? If I'm right, it's not very good. Wait a minute, getting very clusterfuck-y here... is the FUW a LOT bigger than I thought? The Dudleyz are in the match, Sabu is here, Sandman's arrived - were they already there, or did they come out with the rest of the FUW? Very confusing. You need to write your shows, as if you're always going to have someone read it who hasn't before. Clarity was much needed in this one.

    - Batista making his debut, so I guess he'll be winning tonight. Why did the referee pull Batista off of Lesnar? They're in a match. It's not like he's in the ropes. Y'know, this match is making me believe that you play a lot of Smackdown vs. RAW. Let me tell you... that was a brilliant match. I mean, if I saw something like that I'd be very happy. You had the perfect ensemble of moves - the flow was great - the spots were great. It was just an all-or-nothing brawl, and both guys look like BEASTS because of it. Honestly, if you had conveyed the emotions more thoroughly, it would've been even better - which is saying a lot. Very nice stuff.

    - Time for the enthusiasm to die a little bit. Honestly, I don't care about any of the men in the 3-way. It was always going to be a hard one for me to read, but it pretty much killed me, because of reasons I've already stated earlier. To salvage some positivity, I did like both Edge and MVP taking Christian out together at the start, only for Edge to get rid of MVP when the deed was done. Oh... and let's talk about that finish. That was a great fuckin' finish. Not only did you have a bit of nostalgia, with Edge and Christian teaming up - but Christian played it very smart. Dropkicking Edge out of the ring, was just a Grade A dick move. Really glad he retained after that.

    - Main Event time - love the concept! It's kind of like a 2 of 3 falls match, only you're taking away fluff and just keeping the important bits. There's a lot of ways this could go, but I'm guessing they'll both have a titled at the end of this - only switched. Again, we begin with that nonsense referee, stepping in where he isn't needed. What's the Green Bay Clover? Unless it's a move that EVERYONE knows, like the Stone Cold Stunner, put brackets beside it and jot down the move's technical name. Smart idea, going after the leg. I always find injuries make a match easier to write - it could make a nice story in a match like this, because he's not only got to survive through one match with the possibly injury, but TWO. The selling is getting a little shady; I hope Kennedy's ability to do things from, say, the top rope starts being more limited the second fall. I really liked the Rolling Thunder counter - hopefully that means Kennedy won't be doing any Green Bay Plunge's. Too many spinning dropkicks. Y'know, I'm very pleasantly surprise. That match started off pretty uneventful for me, but, like Lesnar/Batista, it not only made both guys more credible, but it also progressed brilliantly. We had RVD working the leg, then Kennedy fighting back - he got busted open, the referee was knocked out, and ended the night on a high, with Lesnar attacking Kennedy, which not only leaves Batista open to start a new feud, but Van Dam, too. I think you could emerge as one of the top match writers, if you manage to fix a few things. It's like seeing gold, but it's covered by rocks. You know it's there - you so badly want to get to it.

    I don't think a summary is due, as this review was quite lengthy. Long story, short: Very surprised; you're a great addition here. Top-notch at putting together matches. Work on cutting out the repetitiveness and drawing the reader in, with some more emotion. I think that about sums it up.
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    System’s Semantics

    Winter Warzome:

    - No banner? Should have just made a quick picnik one, would have added to the show.
    - Intro could have been longer, but not necessary.

    Tag Match:

    - Summary was decent, but it seemed rather obvious if that makes sense. “Both teams got the upper hand” doesn’t that happen in any match except a squish?
    - for PPVs, I think that “Summary/Ending” format doesn’t work as it doesn’t make it feel like a special show.
    - Good opener, both teams played their roles well. “Shining Wizard kicked” was very poorly worded though.
    - London and Kendrick win, nice.

    Jamie Noble Vs Kane:

    - This certainly could be an entertaining match.
    - Haha, very fun match with Kane destroying Noble until Abyss came out. Was that Abyss debut? If so ..thats cool, very similar to the way Kane debuted. If not, ill have to read back. Maybe some commentary about “OMFG ITS ABYSS~!” would have made that clearer.
    - JAMIE NOBLE WINS BOY!


    Christian:


    - Hi, I’m Todd Grisham wasn’t needed.
    - Alright promo, seemed very out of character for Christian. Even as a heel, Christian played to his “peeps”. Coming from someone else it would be an effective promo but I just didn’t buy it.


    Sting Vs Booker T

    - Cheat moves? Cheap?
    - “Role” into the ring? What type of Fan Fic am I reading?!
    - I really didn’t enjoy that match, it just seem to be basic strikes than signature moves. I really couldn’t picture what was happening, or even who was in control of the match.
    - Booker T taping was cool.

    Fucked Up Match:

    - This is going to be a clusterfuck,
    - I don’t have anything in depth to say about that match, seems it would have been a fun match with tag teams beating each other senseless but that didn’t translate well with your writing.

    Batista Vs Brock Lesnar:

    - Did that match ever happen? Even when he was Deacon Batista?
    - The video package could have been a lot more in depth to get readers up to speed with the fued.
    - Awesome start to the match, the 1 count really made it seem even.
    - toe kicks, seriously?
    - This match is reminding me, how awesome of a wrestler Lesnar was.
    - How could Lesnar apply a bearhug if Batista was on the ground?
    - That count out segment was beautifully written, while I already knew it wasn’t going to happen (I can see the text obviously) like the Taker/HBK spot it was cool to watch.
    - what is the toe kick, it sounds lame.
    - That match was four star, a truly great match. The toe kicks and illogical moves (A bearhug on the ground) prevented it from being five star but still nonetheless enjoyable.
    Batista winning disappointed me, but I hope these two have a rematch.

    Edge Vs Christian vs MVP:

    - I would have been looking forward to this more if it was just Edge Vs Christian, MVP just seems so out of place.
    - MVP doing a sharpshooter? WTF? I don’t think I’ve ever seen MVP do a submission hold other than the basics.
    - A sleeper hold you mean?
    - I hate that Ballin crap so much.
    - Haha, sick German suplex spot.
    - Yay, not the cliché 9 punches spot.
    - Why would the referee yell at Christian? Wouldn’t it make sense for a heel wrestler to complain TO the referee (The one who knows the rules)
    - Isn’t Edge’s DDT the Edgecution? Would have made it seem more effective (as it’s a finishing move)
    - Cheap win for Christian, which suits him. Another really enjoyable match.


    Main Event:

    - This is for both championships, I see?
    - Not a fan of Kennedy, but a big RVD fan (I like spots, sue me).
    - I’m with Zap, I don’t actually remember what the green bay clover (or the plunge is).
    - Has anyone EVER got disqualified for that (The 5 count on the ropes)
    - Kennedy wins, the first match was quite average. I don’t think these two would have a good match IRL, so it didn’t read well. Just seemed like a bunch of arm bars and flips

    - Aren’t wrestlers with acronyms a bitch to write? RVD/MVP/HHH etc?
    - Good leg work.
    - And its over, RVD wins.
    - I didn’t enjoy either match too much. Maybe its because I was wearing out toward the end of the review, but it didn’t flow too well at all to me. It read like an exhibition of moves with no real story.

    Overall:

    The main event wasn’t very good, and the video packages before each match could have added a lot to the show and gave it the big PPV feel. Even things like entrance/hyperlinks to entrance music would have gave it a big show feel as well as a banner. As it just felt like “here’s some matches for a PPV” if that makes sense. Nonetheless A very good PPV, Brock Lesnar Vs Batista was amazing, as was the triple threat. I look forward to the next show, it really shines through in this PPV the effort you have put into your writing. Keep it up.
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    SMACKDOWN WRESTLING PRESENTS:

    ANSWERS FOR THE FANS

    So there have been some questions and wonders about things in Smackdown Wrestling, and I will show some fact about the federation to help you understand better on what's going on.

    Ken Kennedy

    Ken Kennedy was one of the first wrestlers to sign with the company. JBL was quick to ask him, and he was quick to answer. After some talks with his new boss, they felt that they should bring in some new submissions in his and MVP's repudiator. Kennedy practiced and made official for his newest set of moves, the Cloverleaf (popularly known as the Texas cloverleaf). Although Kennedy was from Green Bay, not Texas. So they changed the name to the Green Bay Clover. With the Green Bay Clover and Mic Check as his main finishing moves, Kennedy wanted to slow down on using the Green Bay Plunge and Kenton Bomb for just signature moves.

    MVP
    MVP was another man who was quick to join Smackdown Wrestling. Just as Kennedy, he felt that his finishers needed change. So he soon changed his main finisher into a powerbomb, calling it Most Vicious Powerbomb, and picked up the Sharp Shooter to add a fierce submission hold to his arsenal.
    Christian
    Christian was to be one of the big names that joined Smackdown Wrestling. He wanted to change his finisher into something quick and unique. So after practicing and talks, they had his move called the Reverse Back Stabber. Where he would perform the backstabber like Carlito's, but be facing away from his opponent and quickly grab under the opponents arms to perform it.
    The FUW


    This group was designed for Rob Van Dam and to create a heel stable in the Smackdown Wrestling world. It would form of old ECW members such as The Dudley Boyz and Stevie Richard, known as Extreme Steve. They would then add Torrie Wilson to give her character a new look, and The Miz to help build him into a credible threat as a wrestler. Abyss would be added to the group as the monster character of the group, signing wit Smackdown Wrestling and leaving TNA quietly. JBL later signed contracts with Sandman and Sabu and have them interfere in the F'd Up Match in Winter War Zone, to show the dominance of the FUW and show threat to the Smackdown locker room.
    Batista

    Batista would be another big name that Smackdown Wrestling was able to nab. He was delighted to sign and work with the federation, and wanted to start right away. The match between him and Brock Lesnar was set for a later date, but quick deciding made it happen fast, but felt like it did it's due. There's still talk on when they'll meet one on one again, but for now the plan is for him to go on to feud with Rob Van Dam and the FUW.
    Hope you got some answers, and stay tuned for the next Thursday Night Smackdown!
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    Josh's Totally Amazing Awesome Fantastic Mind-Blowing Ground-Breaking Eye-Popping Jaw-Dropping REVIEW!!!!

    Show being Reviewed:- Greywolf16's Winter Warzone

    Hello Greywolf, this is my first time reviewing your show (As most my reviews are) I don't review nearly as much as I ought to and I'd like to return your most helpful review with one of my own (Hopefully nearly as helpful!)

    I obviously haven't really read up on your shows, I am going off your little preview sections about each feud and each match, unfortunately I spoiled every match for myself by skimming and seeing the results before hand!

    First thing's first F'd Up Rules is the best match name ever!!!! I totally wish I'd come up with that, I like it for sure! And now onto the first match, so Chavo & Carlito gain Number 1 Contendership by virtue of recent results, can't argue with that, win matches get title shots, sending the message that title shots have to be earned, rather than having people talk their way into titles matches? Good Onto the match... the result is good as I feel Paul London & Brian Kendrick are a better team than Chavo & Carlito, will be interesting to see how Carlito & Chavo react after this loss? Do they continue to go after the champs or blame eachother? Should be good, my only minor nitpick is that the match felt like a TV Show match, not a PPV match? The summary was short, but it was more how you rushed from one move to another, it was almost like watching a match in fast forward! This sort of summary is fine for regular TV episodes, but for a PPV episode, This guy hit that move then this move then after London was attacked by Chavo & Carlito for most the match and beaten down heavily, barely seconds later Kendrick was into the ring and I don't think enough emphasis was really put on the 2 on 1 beating London had taken during the match. Yeah, just seemed to happen a bit quick at times and at times I got a little confused about what was happening, but I wouldn't worry too much about that to be honest, if what I have read in previous reviews is anything to go by, I'm in for a treat with this PPV. I look forward to seeing how this develops!

    Righto, Kennedy entering the arena with Cole & Bischoff commenting on the Main Event! Titles being defended back to back is really innovative, the sorta stuff I get a bit over-excited about I REALLY look forward to your main even tonight, but next... Noble vs Kane? Holy Fuck! Good luck Noble. So basically Noble has been trying to prove to JBL he is worthy of a match at Winter Warzone, and JBL gives him a Steel Cage Match with Kane? Cool, hope Jamie sticks it to Bradshaw! Abyss debuting? Nice! An Abyss vs Kane feud could get messy and I like how now we have two feuds with Kane vs Abyss & Noble having won his match now will embarrass JBL! Good work! I don't feel the match was as difficult to follow as the tag match, maybe becuase there were only two guys to write? But it was easier to follow what was going on.

    The FUW seems an interesting faction, RVD as a heel then against face Kennedy and again I must say I very much like the back to back title match stip! Only two lines for the preview section for this match? Doesn't explain why Booker T cost Sting his match? I should probably stop being lazy and read that for myself! So Booker T vs Sting, I'll be honest, both of them kinda bore me in real life... I find Sting quite boring tbh, but I will see what you do with the match! Awesome ending!!! Shame I didn't really understand the story behind it? Why did Booker T cost Sting his last match, and I find it hard to picture Booker T cowardly looking to run away from an opponent at every opportunity! Good that Sting got his revenge and now it'll be seen if Booker T continues to mess with Sting, or lets it lie?

    New signings Rhodes & DiBiase, I presume they will add to your Tag Team Division then? I look forward to seeing what you choose to do with them. FU'd UP RULES!!! 4 Paragraphs to squeeze 8 Men brawling in? You've got your work cut out to get everybody involved in this one! I like Torrie Wilson helping out FUW during this match, sneaking weapons in and out! Definately adds to the group Kinda chaotic that match, but it was never going to be anything else but that really! FUW getting the win continues their momentum and seems like the right move to establish this faction, the post match beatdown is a nice touch, although The Miz seems a little out of place in this group, I appreciate you are trying to get away from the group being solely hardcore ECW guys, but I struggled to picture Miz in this one, I'm sure I'll warm to him though!

    Brock Lesnar feeling threatened by Batista's debut is brilliant in my opinion, although I'm not a huge fan of Batista, I do like the storyline. A toe kick it just a normal kick to the gut isn't it??? Learnt that one of Smackdown vs Raw when making movesets Another great ending, with Lesnar's frustrations getting the better of him, and costing him the match! On Batista goes to the World Title, although I feel we haven't heard the last of Brock Lesnar! Awesome man, I like it!

    Hmmm.... Kennedy interview felt heelish??? Who's the heel in this one Kennedy or Van Dam? Or is cutting off Grisham just accepted worldwide as the way people treat him, regardless of their status??? Nice little 3 way feud, MVP & Edge cancel eachother out coming into this one? Got a feeling this could be the case again tonight and Christian takes advantage! Lets see... You're like the king of ending matches! This ending was epic! The spear off Christian's shoulders on MVP, Christian disposing of Edge and pinning MVP! Get in Christian!!! Edge and MVP cannot get the win again, will look forward to how this develops... MAIN EVENT TIME!

    This ingenious concept of back to back title matches in the Main Event has me pumped! Some of the chain wrestling here wasn't well enough described I don't think? I really struggled imagining each hold and each counter at times to be honest, but that might just be me being a dits! Superplex onto the floor???? Oooch Ouch! I'm undecided whether that move is unrealistic or totally sick? It's borderline tbh as a suplexplex all the way to the floor onto your back is a HUGE fall! Another great ending, with kennedy intercepting the rolling thunder for the cover! Nice move, Kennedy retains the TV Title! Referee knocked out of the ring again? =/ Hmmm.... would have preferred it if he hadn't, as a referee has already been taken down tonight, but I guess it leads to an exciting ending, and twice is hardly excessive to be fair! BROCK LESNAR! BROCK LESNAR!!! I knew he wouldn't take that loss to Batista lying down! RVD retains his title!!! RVD, Kennedy, Lesnar & Batista, your World Title picture is hotting up!

    So yeah, basically, if this was onh TV and I had paid £15-00 for it, I'd feel like I had gotten my money's worth! Plenty of openings now after this PPV to move on with a number of different feuds and I look forward to what you have in store next! I'd say in PPV events though, this was a little bit 'bare bone' at times with description, and moves were flying at me quicker than a hiccup! (Gold Ol' JR!) So yeah, nothing wrong with your storylines and your endings to matches are very good! And you have some nice innovative ideas! (Fu'd up Rules & Back to Back titles matches) I'm happy for you with the other positive reviews you have recieved and may I add mine to the list! I hope you keep writing and you develop this further and just a few things with your matches and you'll be set! Great Read!


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    SMACKDOWN WRESTLING PRESENTS:
    THURSDAY NIGHT SMACKDOWN!

    A video package shows of last Sundays PPV, which the victories and losses. It ends with Brock Lesnar attacking Kennedy, allowing Rob Van Dam to win the match. The camera then shows live in the arena as the fireworks go off and the theme music of “Out of Control” plays loud. The crowd erupts, holding their signs up high as the camera moves around the arena. Michael Cole and Eric Bischoff welcome the fans to another night of Thursday Night Smackdown, questioning what might happen tonight because of what happened recently. During the talk, they mention that Kennedy has not entered the arena yet, wondering if he may enter at all tonight.

    They don’t get a chance to talk long, with Brock Lesnar walking out to the arena with his theme music on. Cole and Bischoff again discuss about Brock attacking Kennedy during the match, showing video replays of the moment. Lesnar soon makes it to the ring, holding a microphone in his hand, waiting for the audience to calm down. He then began stating that there were two things he didn’t like about Smackdown from the start: the fact that he wasn’t given the world title to begin with and that Kennedy got in his way on getting there. He said that he remembers Kennedy attacking him during his match in the world title tournament. How angry he was, and that he didn’t even get the right amount of revenge he believes he deserved. The rage went on with Lesnar explaining how angry he was that Kennedy then went on to forcing himself into the world title picture and everyone just agreed to it. Brock didn’t understand why people just agreed to allow the match to happen. Then they had the audacity to have Brock have to fight Batista in order to get contender ship for the world title. Lesnar continued to go about how he feels that he deserves a title shot, uncaring of the fact that he lost that opportunity when losing to Batista. JBL’s music then plays as he comes out, telling Lesnar that he can’t allow Brock to be in a world title match anytime soon as long as Batista is the rightful number one contender. Bradshaw the continued to say that if Lesnar wants a match so bad, then he can have one against a new member of the Smackdown locker room, Sabu! Bradshaw ended with saying that it will be an F’d Up Rules match as well! Lesnar looked pissed at what he was just given as the camera gets a close shot.

    Commercial Break


    The show returns with some wrestlers already in the ring as Jeff and Matt Hardy make their way to the ring as the final entrants.

    6 man over the top battle royal / Winner will face Ken Kennedy for the TV title next week
    Jeff Hardy vs. Matt Hardy vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Sandman with Extreme Steve vs. Carlito vs. Chavo Guerrero

    Summary: The Hardys and Benjamin were quick to attack Sandman, throwing him out of the ring in a matter of seconds. But Sandman would get vengeance, by helping Carlito soon eliminate Jeff Hardy. Hardy takes a short fall, still injured from last Sunday. The match would continue with Matt and Benjamin trying to fend themselves off against Chavo and Carlito, double teaming the two.

    Ending: As Matt punches off Carlito, Benjamin charges and body splashes Chavo into the turnbuckles. Chavo would be taking hits to the head from Benjamin, who is standing on the middle rope, while Hardy successfully slams Carlito down with Twist of Fate. Shelton turns his head and attempts to help Matt throw Carlito out, but Chavo takes advantage, elbowing Benjamin in the back of the head! Chavo then charges at Hardy, who counters, tossing Chavo over the ropes! Guerrero would manage to land onto the edge of the ring, but it would end meaningless, with Hardy head butting into Chavo’s gut, pushing him out the ring.

    Before Hardy can turn his head, Carlito sneaks from behind and Back Breakers him to the mat! Benjamin gets up and waits for Carlito to do the same. As Carlito gets up, Shelton charges at him, for a Super Kick! Benjamin would be flipped over by Carlito, countering his kick and tossing him over the ropes and out the ring. Carlito, getting hyped up for a win, rushes over to pick Matt up to finish the match. But he would be pulled into the turnbuckles after Hardy manages to pull him by his tights. Hardy gets up soon and tries to lift Carlito over the ropes, but Carlito holds on, trying to stay in the ring. Matt is then hit in the head a few times by Carlito, ending up having to let go. Hardy would back up near the ropes as Carlito charges for a clothesline. But Hardy ducks, pulling the ropes down in the process. Carlito flips over the ropes, but manages to land the flip. Hardy would try to punch Carlito off, but Carlito would hold on, eventually countering Matt’s attacks. Carlito then tries a vertical suplex, off the ring, but Hardy would counter with pulling Carlito’s head down onto the top ropes. Carlito falls back after the reversal, falling off the edge of the ring and onto the ground.
    Winner: Matt Hardy

    Hardy celebrates his win as Bischoff and Cole talk about how he will be facing Kennedy now for the TV title next week.

    Switching to the backstage locker room, where the FUW is prepping Sabu to face off against Brock tonight in the main event. D-Von and Bubba say that if he can lift one of them, he can lift Lesnar. Sabu attempts to lift D-Von and fails, then following with trying to lift Bubba and fails. Rob Van Dam pulls in a chair and says that maybe he should just stick to what he can do.

    Commercial Break


    The show returns to Todd Grisham introducing us to the TV titles newest number one contender: Matt Hardy. Todd congratulates Hardy on his victory and asks how he feels now going into next week to face against Ken Kennedy for the TV championship. Matt responds with saying that he knows that Kennedy is a good wrestler, they’ve had many matches in their past. He knows that Kennedy can hold his own against tough guys like Lesnar and Rob Van Dam, but its Hardy’s turn to do those things now. Matt says it’s his turn to taste some gold, even if it’s not with his brother Jeff (referring to the tag titles). Todd congratulates Hardy again, before it switches back to inside the arena.

    The crowd erupted as Ted Dibiase and Cody Rhodes came out with their brand new Priceless music theme song. As they walked down into the ring, they grabbed microphones as their opponent tag team stayed outside the ring.


    Ted: Alright people, it’s time to get up to witness the debut of Smackdowns newest tag team.

    Cody: Let no ass be seated as this epic moment happens.

    Ted: And that moment is now, as two future legends will set foot and take over in Smackdown Wrestling. And we will not stop until we are completely satisfied that we’ve done everything possible to leave our mark. And we are never completely satisfied. Cody, are we ever completely satisfied?

    Cody: We will never be completely satisfied!

    Ted: Because when talent comes around like this, it comes only once and a while.

    Cody: With talent like this, it’s simple.

    Ted: It’s simple that we will soon dominate the Smackdown tag team division.

    Cody: It’s simple that we will soon show that a tag team like us doesn’t pay dues, we earn gold.

    Ted: It’s simple to know that the future is ours, and the future is Priceless.

    Cody: Simply Cody Rhodes!

    Ted: And simply Ted Dibiase.

    Cody: We are Priceless, Smackdowns future.

    Ted: And you can’t put a price on that.


    Priceless vs. No Name Tag Team

    Summary: Priceless dominated against the no name tag team. Both men would tag in each other, showing off their talents and double team move sets.

    Ending: Dibiase Irish whips the no name wrestler into the ropes to bounce off and be drop kicked onto the mat. Ted would walk over to tag Cody in, walking back to pull up the wrestler to lean backwards. Cody climbs up and jumps off the middle rope to elbow drop onto the stomach of the no name. Cody then pulls the unknown wrestler up and vertical suplexes him back onto the mat. A pin attempt is made, only to get a two count. Cody would drag the no name wrestler near Priceless’ corner and tag in Dibiase. Ted climbs to the middle ropes and jumps off to land onto the wrestler’s stomach. Ted then pulls the wrestler up, but is elbowed in the face. The no name throws a second punch and runs over to tag in his partner. The partner runs over to be clotheslined by Ted Dibiase! Ted then pulls the wrestler up and slams him down with the Dream Street! Ted goes for a cover. 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winners: Priceless

    Ted walks over to pull the partner back into the ring and pushes him into Cody Rhodes. Rhodes then twists the wrestler around and slams him onto the mat with Cross Rhodes! Cody gets up as he and Ted raise their arms up high.

    Backstage is with The Dudley’s telling Sabu that Brock Lesnar throws some hard punches, so to help him prepare for those hard hits, they brought Big Show to be the punch dummy. Big Show says he’s happy to help Sabu get ready for the match of his life. The Big Show then says that he’ll start with a practice slap on the chest and RVD agrees about that being a good idea. Sabu stretches his chest out only to drop down after Big Show slaps his chest hard. Sabu screams in pain as Big Show asks if he’s ready for the punch now.

    Commercial Break

    Backstage with Todd Grisham introducing us to the number one contender for the world title: Batista. Todd asks Batista how he feels about not only having to go against RVD for the world title eventually, but probably having to go against FUW in the process. Batista tells that he isn’t worried for them; he knows Kennedy had some trouble with them. But where Kennedy failed, he will succeed. Batista then said that he isn’t afraid of Brock, the FUW, Rob Van Dam, or anyone who will try to get in his way of the World Title. Todd asks when will the match be announced and Batista says, obviously before the next PPV.

    Switch to in the arena where the Miz comes out with Torrie Wilson and Extreme Steve.

    Miz walks out holding a microphone and begins to talk about how Smackdown Wrestling seems to be changing every week. First it was with ruthless aggression, then FUW being born, and now it’s about new talent getting a chance at the top. Miz then talks about how the newest tag team: worthless, doesn’t seem that impressive and that both Batista and Matt Hardy are snore fests for the title picture. The Miz rants on about him being the prospect of the FUW and that they chose him because they know he’s the true future of this business. After the crowd shows their negative response of chants, Ultimo Dragon comes out in his music to face against The Miz.

    The Miz vs. Ultimo Dragon

    Summary: Ultimo Dragon would use his more experienced wrestling skills to be able to have the upper hand over Miz. But the Miz would be able to use his agility and amateur wrestling skills to try to keep in pace with him.

    Ending: Miz charges for a clothesline, but Dragon ducks the hit and turns around to knee Miz in the gut. Ultimo takes advantage and manages to lift Miz up for a powerbomb, slamming him hard onto the mat. While holding onto Miz, Ultimo flips over Miz for a pin. 1 … 2 … Miz manages to kick out! As both men get up, Miz charges for a spinning heel kick, but Ultimo ducks again. As Miz turns around, Dragon begins whirling a combo of his own hard kicks. Ultimo finishes the combo with a hard kick to Miz’s chin. The Miz falls back into the turn buckles as Dragon then walks outside the edge of the ring to climb to the top ropes. Ultimo then pulls Miz up to the top ropes as well, but Miz takes advantage, pulling Dragon off the ropes, flipping him back first onto the mat! Miz rushes over, shaking off the pain for a pin. 1 … 2 … Ultimo Dragon kicks out!

    As Miz tries pull Ultimo up, Dragon grabs onto his arm and puts him into an arm lock. Miz tries to roll out of it, but Ultimo Dragon reverses it back into his own favor. The Miz then kicks Dragon in the gut and runs over to bounce off the ropes and charges at Ultimo. But Dragon counters, grabbing onto Miz and lifts him up, only to let him fall flat onto the mat. As Miz lifts himself to his knees after the crash, Ultimo Dragon throws a hard right kick to his chest. The Miz gets up, holding onto his chest after the kick. Ultimo then grabs onto Miz and throws him towards the ropes, but is countered by Miz. As Ultimo runs into them, Torrie Wilson quickly hits Ultimo Dragon in the back with the kendo stick, as Extreme Steve makes the distraction. Torrie Wilson poses with the kendo stick as Miz takes advantage of Ultimo Dragon and slams him down with the Skull Crushing Finale (full nelson facebuster). The Miz goes for a pin. 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winner: The Miz

    Torrie Wilson and Extreme Steve walk into the ring as they and Miz celebrate another victory for the FUW. Suddenly fire erupts from the entrance ramp! Kane then walks out as his music plays. The three stand shocked and worried on what Kane wants. Kane climbs into the ring as all three charges up to attack him. But Kane pushes all of them off of him and throws a hard right hand on Extreme Steve! Torrie Wilson rolls out of the ring as The Miz runs at Kane, and is grabbed by the neck! Kane then chokeslams him onto the mat, following the same to Extreme Steve! Kane then signal for the microphone as Torrie stands outside of the ring, worried. Kane simply says that he wants Abyss and he knows that the FUW knows where he is. He says the he doesn’t care the FUW, he just needs to know where Abyss is. Kane then raises his arms and lowers them quickly as fire torches up from all four corners of the ring.

    Commercial Break

    As the show returns, Edge comes out, walking to the ring with a microphone in his hand. Edge waits for the audience to calm down before talking. Edge begins by addressing that he believes he deserves a rematch, considering he was never pinned or submitted during that match. Edge says that he was the reason for Christian winning, doing all the hard work and Christian taking the credit. Edge said that was the problem with them, back when they were a tag team. He said that Christian never could be the person to get the job done; it was always Edge who had to do the heavy lifting. But now Edge will get to expose Christian for the weak little man that he is. Edge waits for Christian to come out, but instead MVP walks out to the entrance and heads towards the ring with a microphone. MVP tells Edge that he may have hit the final blow, but it was MVP who had control of the match the whole time and if it weren’t for Edge, he’d be the US champion right now. Edge and MVP start complaining until Christian finally comes out, holding the US title, with a microphone. Christian walks up, but doesn’t get into the ring as he tells both men that he defeated both of them already and then on the same night. He has nothing more to prove to them and that they should just give up whenever they face him again. JBL then comes out to say that he sees that there’s some unfinished business with the three of them. JBL then says that at New Year Nightmare, it will be a triple threat rematch for the US title. All three men looked pissed, knowing that they’ll have to look out for themselves against two of the others again, instead of just one. As JBL leaves, Christian complains about already defeating them and Edge and MVP complaining that they just want a one on one rematch.

    Switch back to backstage where Rob Van Dam and Dudley’s tell Sabu that to counter a guy of his size, he has to have a good amount of strength. Bubba pulls out a full punching bag and tells Sabu to try to check block it. Bubba then throws the punching bag with all his might and knocks Sabu to the ground! RVD looks down asking if Sabu vs Brock Lesnar was supposed to be a disadvantage against Lesnar or Sabu. The Miz and Extreme Steve limp back into the locker room as The Dudley’s help Sabu up. Van Dam walks over to them and asks how they’re doing. Miz says he feels like crap and wants to know why they just don’t give up Abyss. Rob answers with, because he’s a member of the FUW and they can’t just give up a good hit man for Kane, at least not yet. Sabu walks over to RVD looking dazed. RVD then says, we should just use numbers to the advantage instead of Sabu going against him alone. The Dudley’s agree and walk with RVD and Sabu to the arena while Miz and Extreme Steve lay back.

    Commercial Break


    Sabus music hits as RVD and the Dudley Boys walk out with him. Sabu walks out holding a steel chair as he is escorted to the ring. Brock Lesnar’s music then hit as he walks up towards the ring, staring at Sabu. Brock looks to his left to see D-Von and Bubba eyeing him down. He turns his head to see Rob Van Dam on the other side, staring at him as well. Lesnar then jumps into the ring and enters.

    F’d Up Rules Match
    Brock Lesnar vs. Sabu
    Summary: The FUW would do everything they could to help Sabu out. At first, Sabu’s extreme style would be able to keep Brock off his game. But eventually Lesnar’s strength would play a game into the match, stopping Sabu dead in his tracks. Yet whenever Brock seemed to have the match won, The Dudley’s of RVD would find a way to stop him. During the match, Batista would walk out to the arena, distracting everyone but Sabu, who would take advantage against Brock.

    Ending: Inside the ring, Lesnar would knee Sabu in the gut and flip him onto the mat! Meanwhile outside of the ring, Batista would be eyeing down The Dudley’s and RVD, just standing there. Lesnar would lift Sabu up and slam him back down hard onto the mat and go for a cover. 1 … 2 … Sabu kicks out! Lesnar, growing tired of the match, walks over to grab a steel chair. But RVD runs over to grab the chair away from Lesnar’s reach. Brock then slides out of the ring and stares down Van Dam, keeping an eye out for The Dudley’s and Batista as well. Sabu would crawl to the Dudley’s, who hand him a steel chair of their own. As Brock slides back into the ring, Sabu leaps up to whack at Lesnar with the steel chair! Lesnar falls flat on the mat as Sabu rushes for a cover! 1 … 2 … Lesnar throws Sabu off of him! Sabu rolls to the edge of the ring and into Batista. Batista would roll him back into the ring, but Sabu would feel threatened and quickly kick Batista off him, sliding back in the ring.

    Angered by Sabu, Batista tried to get in the ring, but the Dudley’s rush over to stop him! Batista then brawls with the tag team, as Brock spine busters Sabu onto the mat! RVD runs over to help as the referee leans out the ring to try to stop them. Lesnar notices the brawl and lifts Sabu up to throw at them. The crowd grows louder as suddenly Kennedy runs from out the crowd, into the ring and low blows Lesnar! Kennedy rolls out the ring as Sabu follows slamming Brock to the steel chair with a vicious DDT! Sabu covers! 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winner: Sabu

    Lesnar gets up as Sabu tries to escape after the cover. But Brock gets a good grip on Sabu and lifts him again, this time for an F5! But Batista, fighting off the FUW, charges in to spear Lesnar! Kennedy would slide into the ring with a steel chair and hit D-Von who’s rushing in the ring! Batista would clothesline Bubba who slides in the ring! RVD would be slammed down with a spine buster by Batista after attempting to jump off the top ropes! As Batista turns around, Kennedy would smack the steel chair right into Batista’s head! He would then walk over to Brock and continuously hit him with the steel chair, yelling obscenities. Sabu would try to get up, but Kennedy throws the steel chair right into him! Kennedy is the only man standing tall with everyone else laid out. Kennedy continues to yell at Brock for screwing him over in Winter War Zone as the show slowly fades away.

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    Default Re: SMACKDOWN WRESTLING! *Spotlight of the Month*


    THE KING'S RULE

    - Okay, so I've only really started reading your fed, so forgive me for being abit out of touch.

    - What's an F'd Up Rules match?

    - You have a nice turn of phrase and a vivd discription of what's going on. Nice start with JBL talking to Lesner.

    - Battle Royal. Nice. Jeff is eliminated quickly.

    - Well done with the match. Battle Royals/Rumbles are difficult to write and you did a very good job with it. Matt vs Kennedy should be exciting.

    - That promo actually sounded exactly like something Matt would say, right down to the referal of Jeff. Very good job hyping up the match.

    - Priceless squash. Nothing much I can say here really. Good introduction and I hope you push them better than the 'E did.

    - I loved that little backstage bit with Sabu and Show. Entertaining to say the least!

    - You have an original way of writing your matches. Giving two or three lines to just explain the flow of the match, and who's on top is a unique way of doing things. While, you don't completely overdo it by explaining the ending.

    - Obviously, I don't really know what Edge is talking about but it seems he lost to Christian. I just love the way you write your promos. I can really see what's happening.

    - These preparitons are really great ways of hyping up the match between Sabu and Brock. Sabu seems determined, but slightly anxious of being raped by the 'Next Big Thing'.

    - Still don't know what an F'd Up Rules match is, but I'll assume that it's an extreme rules/hardcore match.

    - I could see Kennedy doing this and costing Brock the match. I'm suprised that Matt did not enter the fray at any point and get into Kennedy's head before their big match. Anyway, you've done a good job in sewing the seeds for this Kennedy/Lesner feud.

    - Overall: What can I say? I've got to admit, I've overlooked this fed before I did the P10 this month, and I know more people have. You have one of the most consistant Fan Fics I've ever seen, and you cerainly deserve some praise. It's just a shame that lesser threads are getting more attention than yours, just because the writer of them are more well known in the FF world. One little thing. Almost the whole show seemed to be based around Lesner/Kennedy/Sabu/RVD. And by that I mean they had alot of screen time. Now, I know that Main Eventers should get alot of the spotlight but just try to spread the wealth, man.








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    Wow, I didn't even know you had your post-PPV show up. Ironically, every fed that's been 'spotlighted' I forget exists, because my mind puts it in the same group as Rules & Guidelines, etc.

    - Video recap of the PPV; you need to actually provide the details of what happened, so that people can be caught up to speed. Most of us are too lazy to find out for ourself, especially when it's someone elses fed - so details are key.

    - Reviewing match summaries can be tricky, because the writer can say that the match was great, without actually writing a great match - which leaves us to review progressed storylines, any important spots that happened and so-forth. Summarised promos follow this line of thoughts, only on a larger scale, as there's not really anything you can review. What I'm seeing here, is Lesnar coming to the ring and you tell us his general reason for being there. I don't get a sense of Lesnar's character, his emotion; anything. I want to read his words; I want a sense of passion, excitement, intensity... however it plays out.

    - Ah, Matt Hardy. The constant silver medallist. He always makes it to the fight, but he never wins. But maybe he'll hold some gold, thanks to a Lesnar interference?

    - F'D Up segment was just not good. Can you really see the Dudleyz wanting Sabu to try lifting them; and could you see Sabu trying? Besides, it's not like Sabu's offense has ever been grapples.

    - Matt Hardy. All the passion of a statue.

    - I'm not educated on Priceless, as I haven't watch wrestling since before they debuted. But this CAN'T be the way they sound. They just sounded ridiculous. The fact that they're part of nearly every fed doesn't help. Along with CM Punk, they're overexposed in Fan Fic.

    Alright, I'm cool with some good ol' fashioned squashes. I understand how these jobbers are practically anonymous, but for the realism, you should have at least given them names. "Chad David and Rory Evans" - there, I just invented two guys who sound like jobbers. It was easy.

    - Oh, I understand now that the F'D Up segments are supposed to be comedy ones. It'd work with some silly wrestlers, but Sabu is a serious guy and the whole stable look like morons, because of these skits.

    - More summarised promos, meaning I don't have any attachment. I will say this, though: everything Miz said was true.

    No surprise with Miz picking up the win; I enjoyed Kane's domination post-match. He needs to be seen as a strong threat all the time; especially now, that he's got Abyss to go against.

    - I really liked the whole US Title segment; it looks like a legit Championship, with all this rivalry over it. What Edge said... apparently, it made me interested in another Edge/Christian feud.

    - I really don't understand your line of thinking with the whole Sabu thing. At the start of the show I thought, cool, Sabu is the guy to go against Lesnar - he must be a legit threat. Now he's a laughing stock. I mean thig guy puts his body on the line, to destroy his opponent. Now he's getting smacked in the face with a punching bag. And why is Abyss being hidden? He's supposed to be a monster, but he's in hiding. Is he their secret weapon? That could work I guess; like you don't use your best weapon, until absolutely necessary.

    - The way the Main Event was written, it was confusing. Also, regardless of Kennedy's interference, Lesnar looked silly, after being beaten by Sabu. After spending the night doing the lame skits, all of his credibility was lost. I mean it was impossible that Lesnar would win, after all that was happening and the circumstances - but that doesn't make it any better.

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    Smackdown Wrestling Presents:
    Thursday Night Smackdown!

    Priceless walks out to the ring at the beginning of the show, prepared for their match to start off the show. As they get to the ring, they both pick up microphones and wait for the audience to calm down.

    Ted: You know, last week I saw a lot of garbage on this show, a.k.a. FUW.
    Cody: Well that and just the same old garbage we see in other programs, wrestlers who complain or look like their necks are about to explode because of all that unneeded extra muscle.
    Ted: The only good thing that was on was, well us obviously. Meanwhile people only cared about if Mr. Injury would show up.
    Cody: And a Hardy girl won some match, that didn’t even involve us.
    Ted: Yes, all this is the reason Smackdown signed us to join them. It’s because they want something less disgusting or repulsive to be shown on their show. No offense to the ECW has-beens and the BO they brought with them.
    Cody: You see, Smackdown and its fans want something simply indescribable.
    Ted: They want something that simply kicks ass.
    Cody: They want simply priceless.
    Ted: And it’s our turn to take over the spotlight. So whoever’s about to face us, this is just a warning.
    Cody: You’re about the simply have you ass handed to you.

    Cody and Ted drop the microphones as they await their opponent. Soon a blaze of fire bursts out and Kane walks out towards the ring. Ted and Cody start complaining to the referee as Kane walks to and enters the ring.

    Kane vs. Ted Dibiase w/ Cody Rhodes

    Summary: Kane controls most of the match, using his strength to overpower Ted. But Cody would help Dibiase stay in, doing everything he can to make sure Ted doesn’t lose.

    Ending: Kane throws a hard right hand at Ted, but Dibiase throws a right hand back. Kane just stares at Ted after taking the hit and then grabs him by the neck. But Ted kicks Kane’s knee quickly to counter. Ted then grabs Kane’s head and slams him down with a DDT! Ted goes for a cover! 1 … 2 ... Kane throws Ted off of him! Ted rolls up as Kane sits himself up. Dibiase then charges to boot Kane in the face and continue with stomping. Kane rolls around to defend himself, pushing Ted away as he gets up. Ted charges back for a clothesline, but is booted in the face! Ted goes down as Kane walks over to him. As Ted slowly gets up, Kane pulls him up only to sidewalk slam him back down on the ground and follow up with a pin. 1 … 2 … Ted kicks out!

    Kane gets up and lifts his arm up to signal for the chokeslam. As he waits for Ted to get up, Cody climbs up to the outside edge of the ring to distract the referee. Ted then rolls out the ring to grab a steel chair as Kane walks over to throw Cody into the ring. Dibiase rolls back into the ring and swings at Kane with a steel chair, but is booted in the face, dropping the chair! Just as Kane picks up the steel chair, Miz’s music plays as he walks out, holding a long chain. The Miz screams that if he wants Abyss, he can have him right now. The Miz then pulls Abyss out to the arena, chained up. Kane walks out of the ring as Abyss looks worried still chained on the wrists. The referee begins counting to 10. 1 … 2 … 3 … Kane runs up and hits Abyss with a hard right hand … 5 … Kane begins throwing many left and right fists … 7 … Kane backs up to clothesline Abyss down on the entrance ramp … 9 … 10!
    Winner: Ted Dibiase

    Kane leans down to pick up Abyss, but is hit by both chained hands! Abyss gets up and swings the chain to Kane’s side! Kane fights back with a strong hit! Abyss takes the hit and then charges at Kane, pushing both men off the entrance ramp onto gigantic electronics! Officials run to check on both men as both men stay down after taking a big fall.

    Commercial Break


    The show returns with replays of Abyss and Kane falling off the entrance ramp onto the electronics. Bischoff and Cole talk about it, remarking that it was the Miz that gave Kane Abyss as if a he was a sacrifice.

    A camera is following Matt Hardy as he makes his way to the entrance stage from the back. Matt Hardy comes out to the ring, with a big applause from the audience. Bischoff and Cole remind the viewers that Hardy won an over the top battle royal to be in his position tonight. Kennedy is followed by a camera as he makes his way to the entrance stage, but is soon attacked by Brock Lesnar! Brock slams him against the wall and the pulls down one of Kennedys knee pads. Lesnar quickly grabs a steel chair and whacks it onto Kennedy’s leg! Kennedy screams in pain as Lesnar whacks it two more times before security runs over to block him away from Kennedy. Matt Hardy leaves the ring to rush over, checking on Kennedy. Brock pushes the security away, managing to hit Kennedy in the head with the steel chair! Matt Hardy charges at Lesnar backstage, elbowing him in the head! Matt Hardy tries to then fight off Lesnar, but isn’t strong enough. Soon Jeff Hardy runs into the camera view, jumping onto Lesnar! Both Hardy’s, with the help of security, manage to keep a shield around Kennedy. JBL and Big Show join in the picture, yelling at Brock to get away from Kennedy. JBL goes over to check on Kennedy, while Big Show pushes Lesnar away.

    Commercial Break


    The Dudley Boyz enter the arena replays of Kennedy being attacked are shown. They are soon followed by Chavo and Carlito, who are ready for a possible rematch for the tag team titles.

    The Dudley Boyz vs. Chavo Guerrero & Carlito

    Summary: The match starts out even enough, with both teams taking cheap shots at the other. The Dudleyz would use their veteran knowledge to get the better of Carlito and Chavo, keeping them split from each other and double teaming whenever possible.

    Ending: Bubba bounces off the ropes to clothesline Carlito down onto the mat. D-Von is then tagged in after Bubba walks over after delivering the hit. Bubba Ray then walks over to taunt Chavo, forcing the referee to keep Chavo out of the ring. Meanwhile, D-Von climbs up the top ropes as Bubba spreads Carlito’s legs. D-Von and Bubba both yell “wassup” to each other, before D-Von jumps off for a diving headbutt onto Carlito’s groin. Bubba rolls out the ring after D-Von makes connection, while the referee turn his attention back to inside of the ring. D-Von rolls up Carlito for a pin. 1 … 2 … Carlito kicks out! D-Von gets up, pulling Carlito with him. D-Von then follows up with a vertical suplex, before trying another pin. 1 … 2 … Carlito kicks out again!

    D-Von pulls Carlito up again, but this time Carlito escapes D-Von’s grasp and drop kicks him onto the mat! Both men are down, as Carlito then crawls over to Chavo. D-Von tries to grab Carlito, but is kicked in the face instead. Chavo reaches his arm out, waiting with anticipation as Carlito fastens his pace to him. The hot tag is made as Chavo charges into the ring, drop kicking Bubba outside of the ring, which was also tagged in. D-Von tries to get back into the action, but is hit with a series of punches by Chavo. Guerrero would then do a series of three vertical suplexes in the ring, having D-Von slam on the mat three times. Carlito would be resting on the edge of the outside of the ring, until Bubba would walk up and throw him over the announcers table. As Chavo climbs up for a Frog Splash, Bubba rolls back into the ring. Chavo then quickly decides to jump off the top rope and diving drop kick Bubba! Bubba drops to the mat as does Chavo. Chavo goes for a cover. 1 … 2 … Bubba kicks out! Chavo beings to get up, pulling Bubba with him. But as he pulls Bubba, he is poked in the eyes, and he lets go of him. Bubba pulls Chavo to the center of the ring, where D-Von is up, waiting to grab onto Chavo. Chavo is then Irish whipped to the ropes, and then to bounce back and get 3D’d! Bubba goes for a cover! 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winners: The Dudley Boyz

    The Dudley Boyz shows seriousness in their faces as they get up. Bubba then points at a camera guy to come close to them. D-von stares down the camera as Bubba yells out “we’re coming for your titles you midget freaks!”

    The camera switches to the medic room where Kennedy is pushing away doctors, who keeps arguing with the doctors who are trying to help him. JBL walks in telling Kennedy that he should leave the arena and heal up and that the match can go on another day. Kennedy argues that he can fight tonight and that he can still defend the title tonight. They continue to argue until Bradshaw says that if the match does happen tonight, it will be considered unsanctioned and that he will have to sign a contract agreeing to it. Kennedy tells him to draw up the papers and he’ll sign before the match. JBL looks worried as he leaves the room.

    Commercial break


    The show returns with Rob Van Dam walking out with the World title around his waist. He is accompanied by Extreme Steve as he walks down to the ring. RVD then grabs a microphone as he’s inside the ring. The world heavyweight champion says that first of all, Miz went out of line, not obeying orders to keep Abyss and Kane away from each other and he will pay for the consequences. He then added that last week he didn’t get the chance to properly congratulate the next contestant for his world title. He told Batista that he may be an animal in the ring, but he hasn’t seen anything until he’s met RVD in an anything goes type match. Rob Van Dam then says that if Batista’s so confident in defeating him in a world title match, then why not raise the stakes to a No disqualification match. In other words, the newly traditional: F’d Up Match. Batista’s music hits as he walks out wearing regular clothes. The new number one contender tells RVD that he’ll raise the match to those stakes, because no matter how hard RVD will try to keep the match in his own favor, Batista will still be victorious at the end of New Year Nightmare. RVD then says that in good faith, he’ll give Batista a match next week against a member of the FUW, The Miz. Batista leaves after accepting that match as well. Soon Booker T’s music hits as RVD prepares for his match tonight.

    Rob Van Dam vs. Booker T

    Summary: Booker T’s old school style would keep him to stand toe to toe with RVD’s unorthodox style. It would be a battle of the kicks, going back and forth between Booker T and the World Champion.

    Ending: Booker Irish whips RVD to the ropes and heel kicks him as he bounces back. Booker pins RVD for a cover. 1 … 2 … Van Dam kicks out! Booker pulls RVD up and pushes him into the turnbuckles. He then back chops onto the chest of the World Champion! RVD yells in pain as Booker places him back into the same position and back chops him again. RVD tries to walk away as Booker walks after him. RVD quickly turns around and elbows Booker in the face! RVD then runs to the ropes and jumps on to bounce off, spinning body splashing into Booker T! Van Dam quickly gets up as Booker stays down. RVD then bounces to back flip off the ropes and land onto Booker T for a pin. 1 … 2 … Booker T kicks out!

    Van Dam gets up, looking at referee as Booker still stays down. RVD then runs to the other side and bounces back to perform the Rolling Thunder. But Booker T rolls out the ring as the World Champion flips onto the mat back first! Booker then pulls RVD out of the ring and throws him to the steel steps. But RVD counters, hopping onto the steel steps and turns around to flying clothesline Booker T, only to be booted in the face! Booker follows, pushing RVD back into the ring and rolls in as well. Booker T then attempts a pin. 1 … 2 … RVD kicks out! Booker gets up slowly, watching RVD, waiting for to perform the Scissors Kick. As RVD gets up Booker kicks him and runs to bounce off the ropes. As he runs back, RVD counters with a Samoan Drop! RVD then gets up to jump on the top ropes and turns around. RVD then jumps off for the Five Star Frog Splash and lands on his Booker T! Van Dam pins Booker. 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winner: Rob Van Dam

    RVD holds his arms high as Extreme Steve rolls in the ring with the World Title. Booker T rolls away as RVD and Extreme Steve leave the ring. The titantron shows Matt Hardy vs. Mr. Kennedy up next for the main event for the TV Title.

    Commercial break


    Backstage MVP would be standing in front of the camera.

    MVP: If there are a few things I’ve learned in this business, its differences. And the main differences I’ve noticed are why I’m better than Edge and Christian and why at New Year Nightmare, I will be United States champion. First off, the simplest reason, I’m an actual American, unlike Edge and Christian, who are from a place that isn’t really even a country, nation, or whatever they consider themselves. I’m also still young and in shape, unlike some who are outdated and ready to expire for their careers. I am Smackdown’s prize possession and without a title, it’s just unacceptable. That’s why at New Year Nightmare, I will promise to my fans that I will rid Christian of the US title. And not only will I defeat Christian and Edge, but I will humiliate them worse than they’ve ever been before.

    Switch to Matt Hardy being followed by the camera man as he makes his way out to the entrance ramp a second time tonight. Hardy looks concerned as he makes his way to the ring. Bischoff and Cole talk about the risk that Kennedy is putting himself in, what is now an unsanctioned TV championship match. Kennedy slowly makes his way to the ring, holding his TV championship. Two security guards follow him, Kennedy constantly yelling for them to back off; he doesn’t need their help or protection. As Kennedy walks down the ramp, there is visible bandage tape around his left knee. Kennedy keeps his head down as he makes his way to the ring. Footage of what happened early between Kennedy and Brock are shown as Kennedy slowly walks up the steps into the ring. Matt Hardy walks over to talk to Kennedy, Kennedy pushing him off after a few seconds, telling him that he doesn’t care for his concern. The referee holds the TV championship up high, before giving it to the announcer and starting the match.

    Unsanctioned TV Championship
    Matt Hardy vs. Ken Kennedy

    Summary: The match would start with both men locking up in the center of the ring. It wouldn’t be till minutes later, Kennedy would have troubles keeping up with Hardy. Matt would be able to overpower Kennedy, but being hesitant on taking advantage of Kennedys bad leg. Kennedy would have trouble getting up quickly and fail when attempting some kicks to Hardy. Kennedy would attempt both the Mic Check and Green Bay Clover, but be unsuccessful with Hardy being quick enough to counter them. When charging for a clothesline to Hardy, Matt would duck and flip Kennedy over the ropes and onto the ground. Kennedy would have trouble answering the ten out count, with Hardy having to go out to pull him back in, knowing he won’t win the title with Kennedy being counted out.

    Commercial Break


    Summary continued: As the show returns, Kennedy would be caught in a Boston Crab by Matt Hardy. It would take Kennedy a minute to get to the ropes, barely able to keeping from tapping out. Although injured, Kennedy would manage to counter Hardy’s attacks, and be able to out wrestle him on a few occasions.

    Ending: Hardy grabs onto Kennedy to lift him up to the top ropes. Matt would then climb to the ropes, as Kennedy would try to punch him off. Hardy would manage to climb to the top, pulling Kennedy to stand up. Kennedy would throw hard punches to Hardy’s sides, causing for him to let go. Kennedy would then pull Matt’s head forward, using his good knee to knee him in the face. Hardy would drop off the ropes, onto the mat, sideways facing Kennedy. Kennedy slowly climbs down the ropes and drapes himself over Hardy for a pin. 1 … 2 … Hardy kicks out! Both men get up, Kennedy leaning on his good leg. Matt throws a hard right hand at Kennedy! Kennedy wobbles back to charge back with a hard right hand back! Hardy bounces off the ropes and attacks back with furious right and left punches at Kennedy. Kennedy forces himself to defensive position as Matt continues the attack. Kennedy quickly counters, with a knee to Matt’s gut. Kennedy then attempts the Mic Check, but Hardy reverses it to the Side Effect! Hardy pins Kennedy! 1 … 2 … Kennedy kicks out! Hardy looks at the referee, asking if it was a three count. Matt then gets up and awaits Kennedy, as he slowly gets back up.

    Hardy tries to grab Kennedy, but gets pulled into the turnbuckles. Kennedy tries to follow with a running clothesline, but stops half way limping on his bad leg. Hardy charges back at him, elbowing him in the head. Kennedy drops down on to the mat, as Hardy stays up, waiting for Kennedy to get up. Kennedy attempts to get up, but constantly tripping on his bad leg. Matt Hardy leans down and grabs a hold of Kennedys head and slams him down with the Twist of Fate! Hardy attempts a pin! 1 … 2 … Kennedy kicks out! Hardy looks shocked as the referee assures him that it was a two count. Hardy slowly gets up as Kennedy stays down on his back. The referee begins a down count as Kennedy attempts to get up. 1 … 2 … 3 … 4 … Kennedy rolls into a kneeling position … 6 … Kennedy try’s getting up, but keeps having trouble with his bad leg … Hardy watches Kennedy trying desperately to get fully up … Hardy walks over to grab Kennedy by the head again and successfully slams him down with a second Twist of Fate! Hardy makes a cover! 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winner: Matt Hardy

    Kennedy stays down as Hardy get up, being awarded the TV title. The crowd erupts as Hardy holds the TV title up high over his head. The referee leans down to check on Kennedy, while Matt continues to celebrate.

    END SHOW

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    For the benefit of readers and to keep from confusion the timeline is shifting a few years up.

    Recent shows:
    Winter War Zone - December 6 2009
    Thursday Night Smackdown - December 10
    Thursday Night Smackdown - December 17

    Upcoming PPV:
    New Year Nightmare - January 3

    I say for the benefit of the readers, but it's really just so I can use this years calender for help on the dates


    Smackdown Wreslting Presents:
    Answers for the Fans


    Torrie Wilson
    Torrie Wilson started out as a backstage interviewer, but wanted her character to change and show a newer hardcore character. So she trained with Rob Van Dam and few other wrestlers in trying to improve on her wrestling skills. She then managed to get the "okay" in wrestling a few shows every now and then on weekly Smackdown shows. The main goal now in Smackdown Wrestling is to add a few more female wrestlers in the show and hopefully get a Women wrestling division started by hopefully the summer.
    Priceless
    Ted Dibiase and Cody Rhodes joined with the point of keeping the tag team division strong. Now that Matt and Jeff Hardy are going to start singles divisions, Smackdown was only left with three tag teams and Hass's contract is ending soon. So Smackdown Wrestling is trying to keep an effort in building some strong new tag teams into the show, including the upcoming debut of Tajiri teaming up with Ultimo Dragon. The company trusts the two superstars to rise high in and become a possible future of the show.
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    Josh [Still hasn't found a Catchy Title] Reviews

    Hey Greywolf, I have just remembered I owe you a review, so here we go

    DiBiase/Rhodes: Righto, Rhodes & DiBiase debut, and to be honest, that promo was pretty bad! They sounded like, well a couple of 14 Year Old's laying down some smack? I don't think you really knew what you wanted then to say and what theire purpose was to be? Do they want to inflict pain? Win Titles? Get more money? Are they picking out a particular star or division? This promo was just so vague, I don't know why they are here, but they seem to have insulted everybody and I just don't get it to be honest...

    Kane vs DiBiase: Kane basically beats DiBiase pillar to post before the Abyss interference, so I guess the Kane/Abyss feud is continuing, but seriously at the expense of DiBiase's credibility! This is what lower card/jobbers are for!!! If you want me to take DiBiase or Rhodes seriously, they have to impress early on and back up their words, or they just appear to be a couple of jokes, which I am sure you are not hoping to make them! They don't have to win their first match, but have DiBiase impress at least, the count out win was just a pretty horrible way to debut these guys, I hope you give these guys more credibility, because they haven't contributed anything to your show at this point...

    Hardy/Kennedy/Lesnar: So Hardy comes all the way out to the ring, only to watch his opponent get assaulted by Lesnar, then runs back to save him and it takes him, Jeff Hardy, JBL & Big Show plus security to seperate Lesnar from Kennedy... It just seemed like another weird segment, I see what you were trying to do here, as having Lesnar attack Kennedy shows how irrational Lesnar is right now, but Hardy coming out to the ring, and then rushing backstage to save Kennedy & Jeff, Show & JBL coming to the rescue, it was just all very confusing and I felt it could have been done a little better to be honest.

    Dudley Boyz vs Chavo & Carlito: So Chavo & Carlito are a premanent Tag Team? Nice, they were teamed up on a Smackdown vs Raw PS2 game if I remember right, and I remember thinking they'd be a pretty good team. I know Chavo & 'Lito are heel, but aren't The udleyz part of FUW, making them heel as well? Maybe some comments about crowd reaction could help you easily baffled readers keep in touch with who are the goodies and who are the baddies! The Dudleyz win and they are hell bent on winning the Tag Titles. Midget Freaks? Again, your promo's are kinda weak in this show, would a Tag Team veteran really call the champs midget freaks of all things? Nothing wrong with your match writing though, so I guess for some people they are just better at writing one rather than the other, I am the opposite, as you have pointed out in your reviews! (Ps, is this an official #1 Contenders Match? Or are The Dudleyz just presumed the next contenders with this victory? Just another case of keeping your reader up to date with everything that is going on)

    Kennedy: Kennedy is up and about again rather quick? I think this segment could have done with being later in the show in my opinion. Kennedy adament about defending tonight, will measures be made to ensure Lesnar doesn't interfere again? Or will he be allowed to wander back out to the ring and assault Kennedy once more?

    RVD/Batista: I missed the bit where RVD told Miz to keep Abyss & Kane apart, but if that is so, why would Miz go out of his way to disobey the champ, just so Abyss & Kane could go at it? Does Miz get some sort of sick pleasure out of watching big beefy men throw themselves into electronics? Both are members of FUW if I remember correctly so descention in the ranks for sure. Batista vs RVD being F'ed up rules is pretty cool, and I REALLY likes RVD giving The Miz as Batista's opponent, that was a smart move and develops both feuds nicely, wouldn't mind a swerve here with the RVD/Miz tension being a ploy to beat down the Animal before their title match! Your best segment so far.

    RVD vs Booker T: Booker T just used to keep the champ looking strong and no objections here as RVD gets a comfortable win and is rolling into his title match with Batista, nothing to fault here.

    MVP Promo: So MVP is a more deserving US Champ than Edge & Christian because he's American and they are canadian, that makes sense I suppose. MVP promises to humiliate Edge & Christian and to win the US Title, pretty standard stuff, will hope to see Edge & Christian on your show next week.

    Kennedy vs Matt Hardy: So Kennedy does make it out for the match, and Hardy being hesitant to take advantage of Kennedy's injury is perfect face stuff there. I hate it when people say ''Wrestler x is caught in Hold Z for about a minute!'' A minute is a long time, and why be so specific? Just say ''Wrestler X is caught in Hold Z and struggles to the ropes or struggles to break, but eventually, manages to escape the hold'' or something along those lines. Not a big fan of Kennedy kicking out of the Twist of Fate, but the second one does it and Matt Hardy is the new TV Champ. Kennedy losing the title will further progress the Kennedy vs Lesnar feud and I like this move, I wonder if Kennedy will get his rematch or just focus on Lesnar now?

    Overall: Overall? This show wasn't a great follow on to Winter Warzone I'm afraid, this show just screamed a lack of direction to me, especially with Rhodes & DiBiase and The Miz, I hope I have given you some things to improve on here, I'm not usually this critical in my reviews, but I respect you a lot and I want to see you improve, so I am being straight up and honest with you, this show wasn't terrible, but there is just a number of things that didn't make sense or I felt weren't thought out as thoroughly as they could have been and I hope your next show has a bit more direction. You have a number of good feuds here, but things like clarifying peoples allignments and who your champions are keeps them fresh in readers minds as well. Keep this up though and i'm sure you'll return to the power 10 once more, and thank you very much for reviewing my show as well, much appreciated and I am happy to review your shows.


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    Smackdown Wrestling Presents:
    Thursday Night Smackdown!


    A video package is shown from last week:

    - Kennedy makes his way toward the entrance ramp when he is suddenly attacked by Brock Lesnar
    - Lesnar whacks a steel chair onto Kennedy’s exposed knee constantly
    - Despite Bradshaw’s plead, Kennedy decides that he will compete anyway and defend his title in the condition he is in
    - Moments during the match where Kennedy’s weakened leg becomes a problem
    - Matt Hardy defeats Kennedy for the TV Championship
    - Kennedy stays down as the referee checks on him

    Michael Cole and Eric Bischoff welcome everyone to another episode of Thursday Night Smackdown. Before they tell anything about the card for tonight, Kennedy’s music hits as he makes his way down the ring. It’s clear to see that Kennedy’s left leg is wrapped with bandage. As he walks down, Bischoff and Cole question about what could be going on in the mind of Kennedy after being attacked and losing his title last week. Kennedy rolls into the ring with his own microphone and yells for the music to be cut. Kennedy doesn’t waste time and starts off with saying that he wants a match against Brock Lesnar at New Year Nightmare. Hardy can have the TV title for the time being, but for now it’s all about revenge. Not only does he want a match, but he wants a match that will give him the opportunity to beat the living hell out of Brock. A pin isn’t enough, nor is winning by disqualification. Kennedy doesn’t care if he breaks both of his legs during that match, he wants vengeance. So, sorry to Bradshaw that he had to beat him to the punch, but he wants it to be known now. At New Year Nightmare, it’s going to be Mr. Kennedy vs. Brock Lesnar … in … a …. Last Man Standing Match! Kennedy then agreed the fans that there will be vengeance, there will be blood, and there will be only one man standing by the end of the match.

    Fade Out / Commercial Break


    On the Titantron it’s shown that for the main event tonight, it will be Christian vs. Edge & MVP in a tag on one handicap match. The two weeks following before New Year Nightmare, will be the same, just switching who will be on the other end against two.

    Brian Kendrick and Paul London’s Music hits as the tag team run out, with their tag titles around their waists. The crowd goes wild for the young tag team, Cole and Bischoff mentioning that in two weeks they’ll be defending their tag team titles against The Dudley Boyz. Following the tag team champions are Smackdowns newest tag team: Ultimo Dragon and Tajiri. Both men run down the entrance as well and are ready for the tag team match.

    Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Tajiri & Ultimo Dragon

    Summary: It’s a high flying match with many grapples and submission moves in between. London and Kendrick would have difficulty keeping up with Tajiri and Dragon’s quick paced move sets.

    Ending: Tajiri ducks London’s clothesline attempt and counters with a high heel kick. London falls to the mat as Tajiri walks over to tag in Dragon. Ultimo walks over to pull London up and back suplexes him back down onto the mat. Dragon rolls over Paul for the cover. 1 … 2 … London kicks out! Dragon pulls London back up and towards his side of the ring, where he tags in Tajiri. Dragon then Irish whips London into their corner and double team him with constant vicious kicks. Paul drops to the mat and Tajiri attempts a pin. 1 … 2 … London kicks out! Kendrick tries to encourage the fans to support London with clapping as Tajiri pulls London more toward the center of the ring. Tajiri walks around London’s body, stomping on both his hands and legs. London rolls over as Tajiri walks over to tag in Ultimo. Dragon walks over to the outside edge of the ring and jumps up to bounce off the ropes and flying headbutt off the top rope onto London’s head! Ultimo attempts a pin. 1 … 2 … Kendrick low drop kicks Dragon to stop the count! Dragon quickly gets back up to chase Kendrick out of the ring. Tajiri rushes through the ring and dives through the ropes to suicide dive into Kendrick!

    Dragon turns around to be drop kicked by London! Both men fall down from the impact. London slowly gets up to turn toward his side of the ring but notices that Kendrick isn’t there. Dragon slowly gets up with London. Both men lock up and try to push the other back. Dragon soon pivots behind London and German suplexes him to the mat! Dragon holds onto London as he pulls him back up and changes up to back suplex London onto the mat. Tajiri rolls into the ring as he and Dragon back up to opposite corners. They slowly wait for London to get up as cheers are heard around the arena. London gets up to his knees as both men charge at him. But Dragon is stopped by D-Von Dudley, being pulled out of the ring! Tajiri charges but misses the low drop kick as London dodges it. As Tajiri turns around, Paul London hits him with a few stiff elbows. Soon Bubba Ray Dudley enters the ring and clotheslines both men down! The referee calls for a no contest.
    Winners: No Contest

    D-Von throws Dragon into the protective barricade, as Bubba throws Tajiri out of the ring. Bubba yells for D-Von to get a table. Kendrick rolls into the ring to stop Bubba, but Bubba clotheslines him down to the mat! D-Von slides a table in the ring as Bubba pulls Kendrick back up, only to powerbomb him back down onto the mat! D-Von sets up the table as Bubba walks over to keep London down with a few stomps. As the table is set, Bubba tells D-Von to put Kendrick onto the table as he pulls London up. D-Von places Kendrick onto the table as Bubba pushes London to him. D-Von then throws London to the ropes and both men 3D him through Kendrick and the table! The Dudleyz then signal for a microphone and are given one. They then say that at New Year Nightmare, those tag team titles will be theres in what will be their quickest and easiest victory in their entire careers. The Dudleyz then leave the ring as some medics and referees run down to check on the situation.

    Commercial Break


    The show returns to replays on Bubba and D-Von attack and driving London and Kendrick through a table. Bischoff explains on how vicious The Dudley Boyz is and that when given opportunities they will conquer every time.

    The cameras switch to JBL’s office where Brock Lesnar enters the room and begins to yell at his boss. Brock asks why he would put one of his most important superstars in a Last Man Standing match. JBL explains that he needs a match that justifies everything that both men have done to eachother, including their feud leading into Superbrawl. Bradshaw says that he needs a match that won’t end with disqualification but where someone can be satisfied with their victory. He then tells Lesnar that there’s a contract signing next week and Lesnar better sign the paper to accept the challenge. Brock says that JBL just gained one enemy and at New Year Nightmare, he’ll lose one Mr. Kennedy. Lesnar leaves the room as JBL rushes outside to the and yells at Brock that he can’t touch a finger on Kennedy until the match or he’ll never get a chance at the World Title again, and if he tries to get out of the contract, JBL will be sure he never wrestles anywhere ever again.

    The cameras switch to the arena where Jeff Hardy comes out the entrance ramp with Matt Hardy, holding his new TV Title. A graphic appears as Cole and Bischoff announce the six man bracket to see who will face Hardy for his TV title at New Year Nightmare.

    Match 1
    Jeff Hardy vs. Booker T
    Match 2
    Shelton Benjamin vs. Carlito
    Match 3
    Jamie Noble vs. Kane
    Match 4
    Winner of match 1 vs. Winner of match 2 vs. Winner of match 3


    Booker T’s music soon plays as he makes his way out to the ring. Hardy joins the announce table as Booker makers it into the ring.

    TV Title 6 man tournament / Match 1
    Jeff Hardy vs. Booker T

    Summary: Hardy and Booker square off at the center of the ring to begin the match. Booker T takes advantage of Jeff’s bad back, exposing his weak spots.

    Ending: Jeff Hardy ducks Booker T’s kick and leg sweeps him off his feet! Hardy then flips onto Booker for a pin. 1 … 2 … Booker kicks out! Hardy pushes himself up, pulling Booker up with him. Hardy throws Booker into the corner ropes and charges with a hard elbow to the face. Booker falls onto the mat, leaning onto the bottom turnbuckles. As Hardy then backs up and runs over to bounce off the middle ropes, Booker quickly gets up and catches Hardy to slam him down with a spine buster! Booker T covers Hardy. 1 … 2 … Jeff kicks out! Booker sits up looking at the ref as Jeff stays down. Booker pulls Hardy up by the hair and leads him to the center of the ring. Jeff quickly pushes Booker to the ropes and as he bounces back, Hardy attempts to flip him over. But Booker counters with a kick to the face. As Jeff leans up from the kick, Booker tries the Book End, but Jeff counters, twisting Booker T around and then slamming him down with the Twist of Fate! Jeff stays down as his back is still hurt. Both men slowly get up as the referee was counting for the knock out. As Jeff gets up, Booker kicks him in the gut and runs to the ropes, but Hardy quickly follows and grabs Booker for the roll up pin! 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winner: Jeff Hardy

    Jeff Hardy celebrates his victory as Matt Hardy rolls into the ring to congratulate him on his victory. Booker T looks upset having almost won the match and barely lost.

    The cameras switch to backstage where Todd Grisham is standing with Edge and asks him how he feels about teaming with MVP tonight. Edge says that he doesn’t trust MVP and doesn’t need MVP to defeat Christian. He blames MVP for their loss at Winter War Zone and thinks he’ll just be in the way. Before leaving, Edge ends with saying that MVP just better know that in the match he better know the only place he needs to be is in the sidelines.

    Commercial Break


    Todd Grisham welcomes the audience back from the commercial break and introduces Jamie Noble, a participant in the Number One Contender ship for the TV Championship. Grisham first asks where Jamie Noble’s been in the past weeks. Noble talks about having a slight shoulder injury after facing Kane in their steel cage match that almost got serious if he hadn’t had it check after his match. Grisham notes that Noble is still undefeated and he’ll have to keep it up if he wants to get to the top of the bracket. Noble responds by saying he doesn’t care who he’ll have to face, because in the end he’ll be facing Matt Hardy for the TV Title at New Year Nightmare. Ted Dibiase and Cody Rhodes walk behind him as he’s talking and interrupt. Ted immediately laughs at Noble for thinking he can compete in top levels like everyone else. Rhodes adds that Noble is a little on the short side, compared to wrestlers like them. Noble responds by saying that he can beat either of them anytime anywhere. Ted laughs, saying that they don’t have time for him to waste on and leave. Noble watches them leave with anger shown on his face.

    The camera switches to the arena, with Carlito walking out the entrance ramp with his music playing. The graphics show that this is a part of the six man bracket tournament for the TV Championship match. Benjamin soon follows out the arena getting cheers from the fans.

    TV Title 6 man tournament / Match 2
    Carlito vs. Shelton Benjamin
    Summary: It was back and forth between the two wrestlers. Benjamin would perform a big spot moment, jumping from the edge of the ring onto top of the corner ropes one side, then onto the other side of the ropes, then moonsaulting onto Carlito in the ring. Carlito would try to keep up with Shelton Benjamin’s quickness by being able to come up with quick style counters.

    Ending: Carlito Irish whips Shelton Benjamin to the ropes, where Benjamin bounce off and attempts to attack Carlito, but Carlito jumps over him and Benjamin bounces back off the other side of the ropes and charges back to slide under Carlito and German suplex him down onto the mat! Benjamin attempts a pin, but reverses to a roll up pin! 1 … 2 … Shelton kicks out! Carlito and Benjamin both get up quickly and lock up together. Shelton hits Carlito with the upper cut. Benjamin follows with trying to throw Carlito over the top ropes, but Carlito hangs onto the edge of the ring. Benjamin then runs to flip over Carlito and Sunset flip powerbomb Carlito off the edge of the ring onto the ground! Both men stay down as the referee begins the out count. 1 … 2 … 3 … 4 … Benjamin slowly gets up … 6 … Carlito pulls himself up from the ring apron … 8 … Benajamin and Carlito pull themselves into the ring. Benjamin then rolls himself over Carlito for the pin. 1 … 2 … Carlito kicks out! Both men slowly get up as Benjamin backs up and attempts a super kick. But Carlito catches the kick, only for Benjamin to whirl around a spinning drop kick! Carlito drops back into the corner ropes as Benjamin gets up to charge at Carlito for a clothesline! But Carlito dodges the hit and paces behind Shelton for a Backstabber! But Benjamin whirls around to face Carlito as he drops and flips over him for a pin! 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winner: Shelton Benjamin

    Benjamin rolls out the ring smiling as Carlito quickly gets up in shock. Replays of the win are shown as Shelton Benjamin celebrates.

    The camera switches to Kane preparing for his match backstage. Suddenly Abyss nabs him from behind and throws Kane into the lockers! Abyss continues the beat down, screaming in agony as he punishes the big red machine. Kane stays in defense mode, then grabs Abyss and pushes him into a wall. Kane throws some punches of his own, but then Sandman runs from behind and whacks Kane’s back with a Singapore stick! Kane turns his attention to Sandman, only then to be grabbed by Abyss and be pushed through the closed door, breaking through it! Sabu walks into the picture as well, saying he’ll be taking Kane’s spot in the tournament.

    Commercial Break


    The show returns to Todd Grisham and MVP standing backstage. Todd tells MVP what Edge said earlier and asks his opinion. MVP then tells that it’s Edge who needs to back off. He says that if he remembers correctly, it was always Edge who kept costing them the match at Winter War Zone. MVP then comments that Edge didn’t even deserve to be in the match, because MVP was the real winner both the times they apparently tied.

    Jamie Noble walks out to the arena as cheers from the fans echo out. Cole and Bischoff comment about what happened before the commercial break and wonder why the FUW decided to attack Kane just to take his place. Sabu’s music hits as he runs down towards the ring. Before the referee manages to ring the bell to begin the match, Sabu charges at Noble and flying arm smashes into him!

    TV Title 6 man tournament / Match 3
    Jamie Noble vs. Sabu

    Summary: Both men would use their bodies as weapons against the other. Sabu taking any high risk moment he could to get the upper hand, while Noble would take anything Sabu threw at him head on and come back with furious punches, kicks, and dives.

    Ending: Noble throws Sabu to the corner ropes and quickly charges a knee to the face of him! Noble then follows up with punches and knees to Sabu’s face. Noble then pulls Sabu up past the middle, to the top ropes. Noble then tries to belly to belly suplex Sabu off the top ropes, but Sabu hangs on. Sabu then throws a few head butts and punches at Noble and pushes him off the middle ropes. As Noble lands, Sabu stands onto the top ropes and jumps off, flying body slashes into Jamie Noble! Sabu attempts a pin! 1 … 2 … Noble kicks out! Both men get up and begin to throw punches at each other. Noble then starts throwing heavy chops into Sabus chest. But Sabu just takes the hits before grabbing Noble and pulling him up to drop onto the ropes. Noble paces back after hitting the ropes, only to be hit by another flying forearm smash! Sabu points to the ceiling, but suddenly pyro erupts from the entrance ramp as Kane comes walking down! Sabu turns around to see Kane walking down, only to then be followed by Abyss! Sabu walks over to prepare for Kane, only to then be pulled around by Noble and get hit with the Driving DDT (Noble jumps onto the opponent and drives his knees into the opponent as he pulls their head down for DDT). Noble cover Sabu for the pin! 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winner: Jamie Noble

    Kane walks into the arena as Noble slides out. Kane walks to Sabu to pick him up and chokeslam him down onto the mat! Abyss comes walking down the arena as Kane is screaming for him to get to the ring. Sabu rolls out the ring to grab a steel chair, as Kane has his attention towards Abyss. Sabu slowly slides back into the ring and whacks the steel chair into the back of Kane as Abyss walks in the ring.

    Commercial Break


    The show returns as The Miz with Torrie Wilson walk around the backstage looking for Rob Van Dam. They soon run into the Dudleyz and Miz asks where RVD is. Bubba tells Miz that he shouldn’t worry about that, considering his match is about to happen in a few seconds. Miz apologizes for giving up Abyss and he’ll always listen to what RVD says now. Bubba then says that RVD said that he wants The Miz to face Batista right now. Miz just looks at them before walking away.

    The crowd bursts into cheers as Batista makes his way out to the arena. Cole and Bischoff talk about how last week RVD promised Batista a match against The Miz for this week as a treat for what is to come at New Year Nightmare. The Miz soon follows out to the arena looking worried.

    Batista vs. The Miz
    Summary: Miz would try to fight Batista punch for punch for the first few minutes of the match. IT would fail and lead to the Miz attempting to walk out of the match, but Batista would chase after him and bring him back into the ring.

    Ending: Batista rolls back into the ring and Miz quickly starts stomping on him. But Batista powers out of the stomping and pushes Miz backwards. As The Miz tries to get back into the attack mode, he is suddenly speared! Batista then follows, pulling Miz up after the spear and taunts that he’ll have the belt around his waist before Batista Bombing Miz onto the mat! Batista makes a cover. 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winner: Batista

    As Batista raises his arms high, a mix of reactions are heard from the crowd as RVD comes running out with a steel chair in his hand. RVD slides in the ring and throws the chair at Batista. Batista catches the steel chair, only to be spinning drop kicked by RVD! Extreme Steve and Sandman both run down as well, to help the stomping on Batista. The Miz slowly gets up and joins in the stomping. The fans begin to cheer for Batista to fight back, but the numbers are too much for him to get back up. RVD then grabs the steel chair and tells Miz to get pay back and whack Batista with it. Sandman and Extreme Steve pull Batista up as Miz holds the steel chair up. Miz then whacks the folding steel chair through Batista’s head. They pull the steel chair off Batista’s head and lean forward before laying him down on the mat. All four men raise their arms up before leaving as a referee runs down with a medic to check on Batista.

    Commercial Break


    The show returns to Rob Van Dam, The Sandman, Extreme Steve, and The Miz with Todd Grisham. Before Todd Grisham gets the chance to welcome everyone back, RVD yells out “Welcome to FUW’s show!” RVD explains that if Batista thinks that he can take on Rob Van Dam and the FUW, then he’s wrong. He then commented that next week, Batista can choose whatever partner he wants, because he’ll need one if he wants to go up against the FUW in a six man tag team match.

    The crowd cheers as MVP makes his way out to the arena. His music doesn’t last long, because Edge follows right behind him. Cole and Bischoff question how and if these two wrestlers can work together to gain a victory over the United States Champion. Christian’s music blasts as he walks out to the ring, holding his US title. As the match is about to being, both MVP and Edge start complaining on who will start the match out. Edge finally agrees for MVP to begin and quickly goes to the outside edge of the ring to tag MVP before he has a chance to start the match off.

    Edge & MVP vs. Christian
    Summary: Tension didn’t die down between Edge and MVP during the match. Slaps to the chest and shoulder would count as tags between the two as Christian just tied to survive, hoping for some betrayal to happen. Christian even pushed Edge into MVP during a tag attempt to keep up the anger between the two.

    Ending: Edge chops Christian hard on the chest in the center of the ring. Christian tries to throw a punch, but Edge ducks and as Christian turns around, Edge performs the Edgecution on him, laying both men on the mat. Edge rolls over for a pin attempt. 1 … 2 … Christian kicks out! MVP yells at Edge to make a tag, but Edge ignores and slowly gets up, pulling Christian up as well. Edge yells at MVP to mind his own business as he keeps a hold of Christian. As Edge tries to lift Christian up for a suplex, Christian pushes him away and charges for a clothesline, hitting him down onto the mat! Christian then runs to bounce off the ropes and charging elbow drops into Edge. Christian attempts a pin. 1 … 2 … Edge kicks out! Christian immediately pulls Edge up and Irish whips him into the corner ropes. Christian follows and body splashes into him. Christian sits on the middle ropes and Edge leans on the top ropes, onto to be kicked in the head by Christian! Edge falls on the mat as Christian climbs the top ropes and jumps off for a frog splash! But Edge rolls out of the way in time and Christian lands hard onto the mat. MVP yells for Edge to make a tag as Edge slowly crawls toward him. Edge slowly gets up with Christian. MVP keep yelling for Edge to make a tag, but Edge yells at MVP to shut up and turns around only to be drop kicked by Christian! Christian makes the cover! 1 … 2 … MVP kicks Christian off him and slaps the back of Edge’s head. The referee backs MVP away as Christian and Edge slowly get up. Edge tries to pulls Christian up, but is elbowed in the groin as the referee’s back is still turned away.

    Christian throws a hard punch at Edge, having him pace backwards. Edge throws a punch back at him, having him pace back as well. Both men keep exchanging punches, until Christian manages to jump up for a drop kick, having him fall back to his corner. MVP slaps Edge’s shoulder to tag himself in! MVP runs up to clothesline Christian on his back. Christian quickly gets back up only to be clotheslined back down again! As Christian gets back up again, MVP gut kicks him and follows with a vertical suplex. MVP attempts a pin. 1 … 2 … Christian kicks out! MVP pulls Christian up and throws a few elbows to his face. MVP then attempts the MVPower bomb, but Christian pivots around him for a German suplex! Christian tries to make a cover, but MVP reverses it into a cross face! Christian tries to maneuver himself towards the ropes! Christian crawls and reaches his arm out to grab onto the ropes! MVP is forced to let go from the hold. As both men get up, Edge suddenly spears Christian! As MVP gets up Edge spears him as well! Edge then drags MVP to their corner and to tag himself in, running to Christian to make a cover. 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winners: MVP and Edge

    Christian and MVP stay down as Edge holds his arms up high, looking down at the two. Bischoff and Cole end the show, asking if this will be the outcome of New Year Nightmare.

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    After the show, Todd Grisham interviewed the Tag Team Championship who were eager to let out their anger on the Dudley’s.

    Kendrick: If The Dudley Boys think that they can just put anyone through tables, leaving them weak for upcoming matches and think that makes them tough, then they’ve got something else coming to them. Right now, both London and I are issuing a challenge in the match between us and the Dudley’s. It’s going to be a 30 minute iron man table match! Thirty minutes to see how many tables you can put your opponents through. At the end, the team with the least numbers of going through the tables is the winners. So our question to the Dudley Boys is, are you man enough to accept?

    London: New Year Nightmare isn’t going to be the easiest victory for the Dudley’s. It’s going to be thirty minutes of hell only for them to lose in their own game. Get ready Dudley Boys, because London and Kendrick just got a little F’d up for you
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    The Dudley Boyz walk out with their music playing as the show begins. They are carrying a table on their way to the ring, as Cole and Bischoff remind the viewers that at New Year Nightmare it will be a 30 minute tornado tag Iron Man Table Match. The winners are the tag team who put their opponents through the most tables. Cole comments that never have the tag team titles been on such a high profile match in a long time for professional wrestling. The Dudley Boyz then slide the table into the ring and D-Von sets it up while Bubba gets a microphone. Bubba first says that when he heard that London and Kendrick challenged them to a tables match, he thought it was just a dream. When he also heard that it would be a 30 minute iron man match with tables, he thought he was in wrestling heaven. Not only do the Dudleys get to take the titles off of London and Kendrick, but they get to do it for thirty whole minutes involving tables. It’s like London and Kendrick are setting themselves up on purpose for disaster. He then hands the microphone to D-Von, who has some words to say as well. D-Von began with asking what do Kendrick and London think they’re getting into when facing against two members of a team called “F-U-W”? Not only are the Dudleyz the greatest tag team of all time, but that they are the most ferocious tag team of all time. And at New Year Nightmare, after they send London and Kendrick to hell through tables, they will prove it by capturing yet another pair of tag team championship belts. London and Kendrick’s music plays as they walk down the entrance ramp. Kendrick starts by saying that the only reason D-Von and Bubba are one of the so called great tag teams is because that’s all they’ve been able to do. Besides outweighing others, they’ve done nothing that deserves to be considered as an accomplishment in their careers. Now it’s London and Kendrick’s turn to accomplish more than Dudleyz ever could because they have something the Dudleyz don’t, talent. Dudleyz then comeback by saying that they have more talent than those little rat ass champions do and if they have a real set of balls, they’d come down here to fight them right now. Kendrick starts getting hot headed, while London tries to calm him down. Bubba then tells London that he always knew he was the one who wore the skirt in that pair. London then runs to the ring and starts swinging punches at Bubba! Kendrick follows and attacks D-Von! The brawl continues until D-Von throws Kendrick out of the ring. Bubba and D-Von then double team London and 3D him through the table in the ring! Bubba rolls over to grab the microphone and yell into London’s ear that for 30 minutes that’s all London and Kendrick are going to feel at New Year Nightmare.

    Commercial Break


    The show returns to show replays of Dudley Boyz 3Ding London through the table, explaining how intense this feud has gotten in such a short period of time. Jamie Noble then walks out entering the arena with the crowd cheering, preparing for the triple threat match to decide who will face Matt Hardy for the Television Championship at New Year Nightmare. Michael Cole and Eric Bischoff comment that Jamie is still undefeated at the moment going into this match. Jeff Hardy’s music plays as the crowd erupts with cheers, while Cole and Bischoff explain the difficulties it might be if he ends up facing his brother Matt at New Year Nightmare. Cole tells that Matt and Jeff have always been there for each other and they even tried to win tag team championships in the beginning of Smackdown Wrestling, now if Jeff wins, he’ll have to go in a match against his own brother to gain his first taste of Gold here. Shelton Benjamin’s music plays as he comes running out to slide into the ring and attack Hardy and then Jamie to start off the match.

    Jamie Noble vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Jeff Hardy

    Summary: Noble would be the weak link in the match, being the slimmer one of the three. But that wouldn’t mean that he couldn’t favor in advantages during the match. Benjamin would be able to outwrestle the other two, but still couldn’t fully handle the double teaming. Hardy tried to capitalize a few times, but there would always be someone to keep him from winning the match. At one point, while Jamie and Hardy were brawling outside of the ring, Benjamin would run and jump over the ropes to flip and land onto the both of them! Later in the match, Noble would stop Hardy from attempting a Swaton Bomb onto Benjamin, changing it into a superlex off the top ropes onto the mat! The match would then lead through the first commercial break, returning with Jamie Noble hitting the ten punch combo on Shelton Benjamin. Noble would constantly try to end the match with a victory, but Benjamin and Hardy would keep finding ways to make sure it doesn’t happen.

    Ending: Benjamin lifts Noble up from behind and places him onto the top turnbuckles. Shelton then follows by pulling him down to be hanging upside down and begins to kick at his mid section. Noble experiences more pain when Benjamin begins to shove Nobles head backwards with his boot. Hardy rolls in while it’s happening and charges at Benjamin with a high elbow to the face. Benjamin is caught off guard and falls back onto the mat and rolls outside of the ring. Hardy turns to see Jamie Noble hanging upside down, and begins to back up facing Jamie. Hardy then charges at Noble and bounces off the turnbuckles for a swinging drop kick! Jamie Noble drops to the mat after the hit, grabbing onto his chest and ribs. Jeff turns around getting up and rolls over Jamie for the win. 1 … 2 … Jamie kicks out! Hardy slowly gets up and walks around the ring, taking off his shirt to signify his seriousness just picked up.

    Hardy waits for Jamie to get up, preparing for a Twist of Fate. But as he reaches for Noble, Jamie reverses into a head lock and charging bulldogs Jeff into the turnbuckles! Jamie lands in-between the ropes, holding onto them as he catches his breath. Noble then pushes Jeff Hardy back and climbs to the top ropes, but Benjamin quickly runs on the edge of the ring and super kicks Noble off the ring! As Hardy gets up, Shelton pulls himself to bounce off the top ropes, only to get a drop kick from Jeff Hardy! Shelton falls back into the ropes and Hardy rolls back up to bounce off the ropes and charge at Benjamin, but Shelton reverses this time with tossing him over the ropes. Jeff manages to land on the edge of the ring and hit the back of Benjamin.

    Benjamin turns around and throws a punch at Hardy, receiving punches as well. Benjamin then attempts to suplex Jeff Hardy back into the ring, but Hardy keeps pushing him away. Hardy finally slips out the hold and head butts Benjamin back. Shelton walks back but then runs over to jump over the ropes and Sunset flips powerbombs Jeff off of the edge of the ring and onto the ground! Benjamin rests, leaning on the edge of the ring for a while before pulling Jeff up to roll him into the ring. Shelton rolls into the ring to cover Jeff, but Noble stomps at Benjamin! Benjamin rolls himself up only to get kicked in the ribs by Noble! As Shelton pulls himself up, Jamie grabbed a hold of Shelton and Driving DDT’d him down onto the mat for a pin! 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winner: Jamie Noble

    Noble rolls out the ring as Hardy and Benjamin stay down. The referee holds Jamie’s arm up as he walks towards the entrance ramp.

    Commercial Break


    Kennedy walks out wearing regular clothes with his music playing as the show returns. Cole and Bischoff comment on the history between his feuding with Brock in the beginning of Smackdown Wrestling. As Kennedy walks down, they remark on the hatred that both men had with each other, not being impressed with the others career. In the ring is a contract on a table in the center of the ring. JBL is already standing in the ring, waiting for both contestants to enter the arena. As Brocks music then plays and he walks out towards the ring, Cole and Bischoff explain the risk of going into a Last Man Standing match. Cole again tells that there is nothing but hate between the two men, ever since they first met. Before JBL gets a chance to talk, Kennedy grabs the microphone and comments that Cole has a big mouth. Kennedy then says that he does in fact hate Brock and that he doesn’t even respect the man. Kennedy says that when Brock was considered the biggest thing in sports entertainment back in his prime, Kennedy considered him the biggest joke in sports entertainment. The insults continued with Kennedy remarking that Lesnar was never one of the great technical wrestlers as some proclaim, and that Kennedy trained with others back before his career took with more talent than Lesnar. Brock then grabbed the microphone away from Kennedy and waited a moment. Brock commented that he had almost the exact same speech ready to give to Kennedy. That he considered Kennedy a joke and big waste of money in this company. Lesnar said everyone that Kennedy trained with has more charisma and talent than Kennedy. Brock said that he walks by jobless average Joes with more talent than Kennedy. Lesnar then told a camera man to get in the ring and asked his name and the camera man responded with saying his name was Will. Brock then said that tonight’s camera man Will has more talent than Kennedy, and that he’d be more honored in wrestling Will than having to stand in the same ring with Kennedy right now. Kennedy is shown to have grabbed his own microphone and remarks that the last time Brock was near a video camera, Kennedy rammed it into his head. He then continued to mention that Brock has yet to claim a victory over Kennedy in a singles match. That as far as Kennedy’s concerned; he has nothing to prove to Lesnar anymore, that all this is, is hammering the nail on the coffin of Brock’s career. Brock remarks that every time that Kennedy won a match against him, he needed to use cameras, hand cuffs, and escape from a cage. He adds that Kennedy does have something to prove, and that’s if he can win a match against Lesnar without having to use any weapons or objects. Kennedy then snaps that he can take out Lesnar with his bare hands. Lesnar yells at him to prove that at New Year Nightmare, to face him one on one in the Last Man Standing Match without any use of weapons. That it will be a true test of strength and will to see who is the strongest. Kennedy yells back that it’s on. Kennedy grabs the pen off JBL and writes big on one of the papers, “NO USE OF WEAPONS”, and then continues to write his signature. JBL grabs a microphone telling them to think about what they’re talking about. Lesnar ignores and writes his signature as well. Kennedy charges at Lesnar after he finishes writing, hitting his elbow into Brocks head! Kennedy then begins constantly throwing punches at Lesnar, while JBL tries to pull him back! Brock quickly gets up and tackles Kennedy through the ropes as JBL falls back! Brock then walks over to grab a steel chair and walks back as Kennedy is crawling to get up. Lesnar yells that there was no mention of using weapons before the match. Lesnar then lifts the steel chair over Kennedy’s bad knee! But Kennedy quickly kicks at Brock’s groin and he lets go of the steel chair. Kennedy gets up to push Lesnar into the steel steps! Brock stays leaned on the steel steps as Kennedy grabs the steel chair and rushes over to whack the chair onto Brocks shoulder! Brock yells in pain as he falls down, holding onto his shoulder. Paramedics and security come running down and separate the two before Kennedy gets a chance at attacking Kennedy again.

    Commercial Break


    Replays are shown with the fight between Kennedy and Brock Lesnar. Clips are then shown of Kennedy hitting Lesnar on the shoulder with the steel chair.

    Backstage, MVP runs into Christian in the locker room. MVP tells Christian that he wants to get his hands on Edge first tonight, and Christian responds with telling him that he can fight Edge all he wants tonight. MVP then states that it doesn’t mean that he isn’t finished with Christian, he just wants some payback from last week, and after the match Christian is just as much an enemy to him as Edge is. Christian then tells MVP that he wouldn’t want it any other way when it came to them.

    Torrie Wilson walks out to the arena with The Miz as they make their way down the arena while the FUW music plays in the back ground. Bischoff comments that what’s up next is called the “Torrie Wilson challenge”, where Torrie Wilson allows challenges from other wrestlers into a match. In the ring is already a hometown wrestler, Terrence Lavette.

    Torrie Wilson challenge
    Torrie Wilson vs. Terrence Lavette (hometown wrestler)

    Summary: Torrie Wilson and Terrence walk up to each other before the ring bells, and Wilson quickly knee’s Terrence in the groin! Wilson would then quickly try to keep a strong hold over the male wrestler. Although Terrence would then gain some payback, he’d still stutter on attacking her.

    Ending: Terrence pulls Torrie up and lifts her over his head, preparing to drop her, but Wilson slides off him and hits a hard kick at hometown wrestler’s leg, sweeping him off his feet. Terrence rolls near the edge of the ring as Wilson follows him to then bounce off the middle ropes and land knees first onto his chest. Wilson attempts a pin. 1 … 2 … Terrence kicks out! Torrie pulls her hair as she then walks over to climb the top ropes and waits as Terrence slowly gets up. Terrence slowly pulls himself up and turns around only for Torrie to jump off for the Hurricana. Terrence sits up after flipping over, while Torrie gets up as well. Wilson then charges for a clothesline, but Terrence ducks. As both turn around, Terrence attempts a vertical suplex, but Wilson knee’s Terrence in the groin another time, without the referee knowing, and then following up for a roll up pin! 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winner: Torrie Wilson

    Wilson signals that she is undefeated with a 2 and 0 winning streak. She then starts an F-U-W chant as she yells at Extreme Steve to grab the steel chair. As the fans continue chanting “F-U-W” as Torrie waits for Terrence Lavette to get up and hits the mid section, then the back with a steel chair! Lavette drops down as Steve rolls into the ring praising Torrie Wilson.

    Backstage Todd Grisham and Jamie Noble are standing in a locker room. Grisham asks Jamie if he’s ready for Matt Hardy even after a grueling match against Jeff Hardy and Shelton Benjamin. Noble tells Grisham that he’s ready for anything that Matt Hardy’s going to throw at him at New Year Nightmare. Noble also remarks that Hardy will have the shortest TV title reign in Smackdown’s history, no offense. Grisham asks Noble of what JBL might think of the whole situation. Jamie answers by saying that because of John Bradshaw he was able to bring up his “A” game and now has a chance at the championship

    Commercial Break


    Edge’s music plays as he makes his way towards the ring. Michael Cole states that last week Edge was the one who picked up the win for the handicap match last week, which unknowingly to him meant that he would have to face against the other two this week. MVP soon walks out and followed by Christian, holding his US Championship.

    Edge vs. Christian & MVP

    Summary: Christian would allow MVP to start the match against Edge and not be tagged in for most the match. Edge and MVP would tear each other apart around the ring.

    Ending: MVP Irish whips Edge into the turnbuckles then follows with a big boot to the face. MVP then rolls up pins Edge. 1 … 2 … Edge kicks out! MVP then gets up to walk towards Christian for a tag, but Christian tries to cheer him on, telling him that he can win this on his own. MVP smiles and tags Christian on the shoulders anyway. The referee told Christian that he had to get into the match, while he complained that they didn’t tag each other’s hands. MVP slides out the ring to catch his breath as Christian runs into the ring and starts beating down on Edge. Christian then pulls Edge up and attempts the reverse Back Breaker, but Edge reverses with a Edge O’ Matic! Both men stay down as MVP gets back up on the edge of the ring pissed that he has to make a tag again. Christian slowly rolls towards MVP for a tag, but Edge gets up as well and grabs Christian by his foot.

    Edge manages to pull Christian back and starts throwing hard punches at him! Christian rolls him over and pushes him up to the turnbuckles. Edge fights Christian back, and Christian leaps towards MVP for a tag and rolls out of the ring. MVP looks shocked and then gets in the ring to charge at Edge, but Edge reverses with a standing flapjack! MVP rolls to a corner while Edge walks over, ready for a spear. As MVP turns around, Edge charges and is hit with a boot to the face by MVP! MVP then grabs Edge’s legs and puts him in the Sharp Shooter! Edge tries to crawl away, but MVP keeps him at the center of the ring! Edge soon has no choice but to tap out!
    Winner: Christian & MVP

    MVP doesn’t let go of the hold while the referee tries to pull him out of it. Christian then rolls in the ring with his title from behind and hits it to the back of the head of MVP! Edge slowly gets up and turns around only to get hit by the US Championship as well. Christian smiles as both his opponents for New Year Nightmare are down. He slowly raises his over his head while staring at the camera.

    Commercial Break


    Rob Van Dam and his two FUW members walk out with their theme music blaring. RVD grabs a microphone as they make their way into the ring. RVD says that on New Year Nightmare, the FUW will show their dominance when they keep their own gold, and gain more from others. The Dudley’s are in for an easy win against London and Kendrick, and soon their sight will be set on the final two titles. He then guaranteed the fans that The Miz will be the next champion among the FUW, and win a championship. As he continues, Batista soon interrupts walking out the entrance ramp. Batista tells Rob Van Dam that he’s wrong because Batista going to take that title of theirs, and he’s also going to take RVD’s pride as a champion. He tells RVD that if he were in Smackdown in the very beginning, then it the title would be around his waist, not RVD’s. He continues with saying that RVD is a fluke of a champion, hiding behind a group of drunks and hacks. RVD interrupts telling him if he’s going to talk tonight or did he manage to find two people willing to wrestle with him. Batista smiles saying that his first partner is a friend he’s made during the past month. Matt Hardy’s music hits as he walks out with the TV Championship belt. The crowd cheers as Batista and Hardy hit knuckles while the FUW looks surprised. As the music stops, Batista says the next man is someone who wants to get his hands on the FUW and is willing to settle for those three. Kane’s music hits as he walks out and all three men walk down to the ring. Bischoff and Cole talk about how the FUW possibly managed to accidentally cause an unlikely unity front.

    Batista, Matt Hardy, & Kane vs. Rob Van Dam, The Miz, & Sandman

    Summary: Everyman gets in on the action in the match. But it’s Matt Hardy who gets trapped in unable to tag in, while the FUW keeps him away from his tag team members.

    Ending: Miz keeps elbowing Hardy in the face before Irish whipping him into the turnbuckles. Miz then charges at Hardy and attempts a flying clothesline, but Hardy ducks! Miz hits the turnbuckles as Hardy begins to crawl towards his tag team partners. Miz falls onto the ring, while RVD and Sandman yell at him to get up and stop him. Miz attempts to get up in time, but Hardy tags in Kane! Kane enters the ring and charging clotheslines Miz onto the mat! Sandman and RVD enters the ring and get double clotheslined by Kane! Batista enters the ring to go for a spear on RVD, but he dodges and Batista hits Sandman! Batista gets back up and is drop kicked out the ring by the World Heavyweight Champion. As RVD gets up and turns around, he is struck by Hardy with a flying clothesline! Both men roll out of the ring after the collision, while Miz gets up with Kane awaiting him. Miz turns around and is grabbed by the neck from Kane and is thrown down by the chokeslam! Kane the drops for a pin! 1 … 2 … 3!
    Winners: Batista, Matt Hardy, & Kane

    Abyss’s music plays right after the pin and Kane gets up looking raged, waiting for Abyss to get to the ring. Abyss, The Dudley Boyz, Sabu, Extreme Steve, and Torrie Wilson are all walking out as Kane is ready for them. RVD climbs up the top ropes with a steel chair and jumps off to kick Kane in the back with the steel chair! Kane falls forward while Extreme Steve and Sabu run down to help The Miz and Sandman attack Batista! Matt Hardy tries to help Batista out, but is hit double teamed by the Dudleyz. All the FUW members roll Batista in the ring, while Bubba Ray Dudley and D-Von pull Matt Hardy towards to announcing table to powerbomb him through it! Kane tries to fight off the FUW members, but gets clotheslined by Abyss! Abyss then pulls Kane up and Black Hole Slams him down onto the mat! Batista is held down by all the members, as Torrie walks over to slap Batista right in the face. RVD then grabs his title and tells Batista that he will never have it as long as RVD’s champion. RVD then hits it at Batista’s head, laying him out! The FUW taunt the audience as they leave the ring.

    END SHOW
    Last edited by Greywolf; 04-18-2010 at 08:19 PM.
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