Saturday, May 31, 2008

WWE One Night Stand PPV Predictions

This sunday, tomorrow, WWE is going to go live on PPV and have an slew of extreme matchups that are going to be awesome, or fail at grasping our attention.

So here are my you care...huh? I kid...I kid.

Edge vs Undertaker (TLC Match for World Heavyweight Championship)

Edge and Undertaker, it's a tough one, but with the last speech on Smackdown, things are going to be very good for The Undertaker! That's right, Undertaker is going to win this one, simply because he can't get fired...or can he? I'm a little doubtful that Edge can polish off the deadman in this match, and I do expect Vickie,Chavo and the edgekins to get beat downs too.

WWE Champion Triple H vs. Randy Orton (Last Man Standing Match)

There is no chance in hell that Triple H is walking out of this match without the world title. Look for Triple H to win this match up, as Orton is just not that good; at least not this time around.

John Cena vs. JBL (First Blood Match)

JBL lost an "I Quit" match against Cena before he retired for a little while. I highly doubt that CENA is going to lose this one. In fact, even if he gets booed out of the building, he'll still win this one. He's on his way back to the Title; but I hope he does a heel turn sooner than later.

Shawn Michaels vs. Batista (Stretcher Match)

Shawn Michaels is going to pull this one off, but not without interferance by Y2J! WWE would be stupid not to allow Y2J to make sure that HBK goes over, so that Y2J can get a piece of HBK....or...have MVP come in and get retribution for Batista smashing his set!

Whatever the case is...Batista is not winning this one.

Jeff Hardy vs. Umaga (Falls Count Anywhere)

Umaga is losing this one. That's all I have to say about this.

Big Show vs. John Morrison vs. Tommy Dreamer vs. Chavo Guerrero vs. CM Punk
(Singapore Cane Match

CM Punk for the's about time that the briefcase holder gets a win.

Melina vs. Beth Phoenix ("I Quit" Match)

I don't really care about this one, but I'm sure The Glamazon is going to make Melina pay for being prettier than her.

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Smackdown Before One Night Stand 5/30/2008

Smackdown rolled through some town that I don’t remember.

Matty Hardy wrestled none other than Elijah Burke, which is odd, because Matt Hardy hasn’t done anything productive with the United States title in a long time. I fear that the WWE have just appeased hardy for firing him way back when Edge and Lita had an affair. The whole thing is just lame for Hardy, as he’s never going to get out of midcard hell.

Finlay wrestled what looked like Slash of Guns’n Roses. I still don’t like Chuck Palumbo, he reminds me too much of “Undertaker” lite. Doesn’t he remind you of Biker taker? The match was stale, and probably will be built into a feud. I feel bad for Finlay, because he could be so over and have a huge run towards the upper midcard, but instead he’s slopping it up with some random no name.

CM Punk really showed up to wrestle, and even though Stephanie McMahon and others have put him on their crap list, He still comes through and entertains the crowd so well, that it makes me a fan.

Batista and Big Show made quick work over the Edge fan club, and wasn’t much of a match up at all.

Shannon Moore got killed.

Once again proving that in the wwe, there is no hope for the cruiserweights.

MVP showed up...only to bury Jamie Noble. Sadly, my above point was true again.

Michelle McCool and Maryse showed off a few new improvements, but it was last week’s replay that had me enjoying smackdown and the divas. The submission victory was rather interesting.

The finale, was ok, but the best part was seeing Edge getting thrown off the top of the ladder, and the table breaking at the end of the show.

I’m going to be getting ppv once again, as I’ve gotten duped by the WWE into believing that One Night Stand will be amazing, I hope so, I don’t usually have a lot of money.

Smackdown Quick Results 5/30/2008

United States Champion Matt Hardy def. Elijah Burke (non-title)
Finley def. Chuck Palumbo (disqualifacation)
CM Punk def. John Morrison
Batista & Big Show def. Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder
MVP defeats Jamie Noble
Vladimar Kozlov def. Shannon Moore
Michelle McCool def. Maryse (submission)

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Friday, May 30, 2008

Chikara Podcast Volume 112

In a new feature on this blog, we are going to be showing the Chikara Podcast. Chikara Wrestling is an indie promotion from the east coast and features some high flying, indie wrestling.

Here's Podcast Number 112 for you to enjoy, it features:

King of Trios 2008 Night One with match clips including Mike Quackenbush, Shane Storm & Jorge "Skayde" Rivera vs. Team Egypt (Mecha Mummy, Ophidian & Amasis) and The Naptown Dragons (Drake Younger, Diehard Dustin Lee & Scotty Vortekz) vs. Team IPW-UK (Martin Stone, Terry Frazier & Sha Samuels). Lightning Mike Quackenbush hosts.

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Thursday, May 29, 2008

CM Punk Buried Alive

CM Punk Buried Alive

CM Punk has always been talked about by writers as a wrestler that was hated by the WWE. From stories that featured Stephanie McMahon calling him the king of the indies, but horrible in WWE, to recent reports that CM Punk has a lot of backstage heat.

CM Punk is good, and doesn’t need some ridiculous gimmick to go over. It’s also interesting to note that he is actually a good wrestler, given his size, and hasn’t been involved in any major injuries. He can even elevate his opponents at time, and made the ECW championship somewhat exciting to watch.

However, with Jeff Hardy losing the title push, and CM Punk winning the Money in the Bank match, the WWE is not in a position that they imagined.

So what do they do?

They bury CM Punk and his money in the bank title shot.

CM Punk is most likely not going to win any championship he goes for, and without socializing in the “drinking” game that goes on with the wrestlers behind the scene’s, CM Punk might end up getting fired and going to TNA sooner than later.

This of course is all speculation, as I am not working backstage at WWE, and I only know so much….so take all this for what it is.

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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

ECW Poop Results 5/27/2008

ECW came through with yet another show of stupidity and bad commentary, but it couldn’t help itself…it’s just how it is, right?

Tommy Dreamer lost to Big Show. A jobber is all the original ECW wrestler really is.

Mike Knox is still on ECW? Kofi Kingston bounces back from last weeks loss, and actually makes ECW kind of worth watching.

Chavo defeats C.M. Punk! What? Punk is definitely not doing so well lately, especially since losing the ECW championship, and I’m not sure how Chavo got the rub on this one, considering he also has done the jobber role this year, also since losing the ECW championship.

Why does the WWE continue to bury the tag champions? I’m not sure. Kane didn’t win this match, but come on, seriously, come on!

Mike Adamle’s commentary is almost bearable, but still is a line below horrible. I remember when Michael Cole started, I hated him too, but he was never as bade as Adamle.

Rumors are swirling that ECW may not exist in a few months, and in fact, with ratings so low, ECW might merge with Raw on Monday nights. We’ll see what happens.

We also saw a glimpse of what may be to come, Kane vs. Big Show? It could happen.

ECW May 27,2008 Quick Results
Big Show def. Tommy Dreamer
Kofi Kingston def. Mike Knox
Chavo Guerrero def. CM Punk
ECW Champion Kane vs. WWE Tag Team Champions The Miz & John Morrison (No Contest)

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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Raw Is War 5/26/2008

Raw was actually worthwhile this time, in some ways.

I didn’t care for the initial talking segment. They should have ripped each other to shreds, and forgotten the mic skills. To quote the joker, why so serious?

The women are working hard on their short comings, and this match proved it. This is a moment of progress, but overall, not the greatest match ever, but good enough to provide this amazing bridge, submission.

The tag titles defended? YES! This was definitely a good thing, but the match was a little short, and I knew there was not going to be a title change.

The best thing that came out of this match was that Ted Dibiase Jr. came out, and looks to be another Randy Orton, but can he work? Time will tell. Who will be his tag team partner?

The tag match had the crowd really into it. The crowd was really hot for this match, and the ending, well, the ending had the heels over, but man…what a crowd reaction to the entire match.

Carlito Jobs for Kennedy, and Kennedy gets a major beat down from The pirate…or whatever his new gimmick is.

I thought for sure we were going to see a Y2J turn, and we should have, but instead he shows mercy on his opponent, although the match was shorter than expected.

Raw wasn’t half bad, I liked it a lot in many ways, but I would have liked to see more action, that’s for sure.

There was a lot of commercials for One Night Stand, they ran through the card a few times through the show, and had a segment with Roddy Piper training Cousin Sal for a match with Santino.

I was also tired of the Rambo commercials, that's for sure.

Raw Quick Results 5/26/2008

World Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes & Hardcore Holly def. Paul London & Brian Kendrick
JBL & Umaga def. John Cena & Jeff Hardy
Mr. Kennedy def. Carlito
Melina def. Jillian
Intercontinental Champion Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels (Double countout)

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Monday, May 26, 2008

XPW Reunion Show Write Up From PWI


This report is from PWI...not written by don't kill me...

XPW ran its “Cold Day in Hell” reunion show Saturday night in Los Angeles . While fine for nostalgia, the show was pretty weak in terms of both work rate and production, and the organizers are going to have to do some pretty heavy editing before releasing this show on DVD and pay-per-view, both of which are in the plans.

The event started with a two-hour fanfest inside the arena, which was actually a basketball gym on the property of the Northrup Grumman corporation. Although the fanfest was advertised as both an autograph session and Q&A, only the former turned out to be true – there was no Q&A, although I suppose if you wanted to ask a question to one of the wrestlers while receiving a $10 autograph (on top of the $20 admission price), you could. Some wrestlers, including Vampiro and Kaos, did not appear to be charging for autographs and photos. One fan asked Vampiro and Kaos to pose for a photo together, but not wanting to break kayfabe (they faced each other at the show), Vampiro refused.

There was some confusion regarding when the fanfest was supposed to end and the show itself was to begin. Eventually the doors opened at 7:20 p.m., only 10 minutes before the scheduled start of the show. By the time people were seated and the event was getting under way, it was already 8:15. Two guards were wearing Atlas Security shirts. The rest were just wearing generic “Security” shirts.

“Cold Day In Hell” started with a Dynamite D Memorial battle royal. The first participant was introduced to the crowd, but then everyone else just started walking down the aisle without any intros. By the way, there was a simple stage at the top of a small ramp. The building also featured large-screen projections, but for some reason, none of the live action was shown all night.

The battle royal featured several Latino wrestlers working a cholo gimmick, probably to try and pop the local crowd. The crowd favorite, though, was a skinny Asian wrestler whom everyone tried to eliminate. When he was finally thrown over, the building erupted in boos. The eventual winner, Carnage, won by setting on fire his taped hand, then punching his final opponent over the top rope. He gave his winner's trophy to D's mother, who was in the crowd.

Up next was the Miss Xtreme competition, which didn’t seem to have any clear rules. Even though the XPW web site advertised eight contestants, five girls came out, and were asked to perform an “extreme talent.” The first girl gave someone a lap dance; the second one took off her top to reveal nothing but an “X” taped across each of her breasts. The third contestant claimed to be able to chug a beer, but ended up choking on it, much to the dismay of the fans. The fourth girl wore a schoolgirl outfit, and truly went extreme by having a male companion pull up her skirt and spank her repeatedly with a glove wrapped in barbed wire. The girl was noticeably bleeding from her upper legs for the remainder of the segment. Finally, the fifth contestant tried to cut a heel promo about how she didn’t have to do any stunts in order to impress anyone, and proceeded to attack the other girls.

It was now 8:40, and it looks like this is where the main card started. Kris Kloss came out and introduced the first match, which was Kaos against Vampiro. Kaos cut a promo saying that, in the old days of XPW, this was the point in the show where Shane Douglas would come out and start complaining. He then put himself over for a while, until Vampiro emerged with no music or intro. The match started, and after several minutes of exchanging chops and punches, Vampiro cracked a package of fluorescent light bulbs over Kaos’ back. With blood running down Kaos’ back, and shattered glass all over the mat, the two brawled out into the crowd, with Kaos eventually going through a table. After probably about 10-15 minutes of slow, plodding action featuring lots of overly deliberate action, Kaos won with a clean pin.

The next wrestler to come out (no pun intended) was Angel – or, as he refers to himself, Angel the Hardcore Homo. Angel announced that it was his birthday, and led the crowd in singing to him. His scheduled opponent, GQ Money, said he couldn’t wrestle due to injury, but said he’d left several birthday gifts on the stage for Angel. One of them literally blew up in Angel’s face, and a second wrestler – Brawlin’ Bo Cooper – came out to start beating Angel down. The match then got confusing, as Cooper and Money both spent time wrestling Angel one on one. Angel ended up doing lots of openly gay spots, including exposing his rear end and delivering both a bronco buster and stinkface. After being chased to the back, Money later re-emerged as a disguised cameraman, spitting a fireball into Angel’s face to get the win. Afterward, as Money and Cooper beat Angel down, Kraq ran out to make the save.

J. Love was out next, and was complaining that the ring was a mess (there was still lots of broken glass). Love yelled for someone to come clean the ring, and Leroy showed up with a broom. As he cleaned up, Love cut a promo on Pogo the Clown, who showed up and went after Leroy. Several “fans,” all of whom were coincidentally wearing T-shirts from a local wrestling school, ran in and attacked Pogo, who in turn ran through them all. Love got back on the mic and said she had someone else who would take care of Pogo. Sandman emerged from the audience, kendo stick in hand, and went to work on Pogo. The bell rang, so apparently this was now an official match. The two beat each other up for a while, before Love came in and blasted Pogo several times with the cane. Sandman hit him with a side Russian leg sweep and got the pin. Afterward, Sandman celebrated with a case of Budweiser. “Enter Sandman” did not play in the building.

Terry Funk came out next, and was set to guest-referee the co-main event. Funk told the crowd that Sabu, who had been scheduled, had suffered a cracked vertebra in his neck, so Funk would not allow him to compete. Sabu then walked toward the ring, but was escorted back by security. Funk announced there would be a replacement, who turned out to be a guy named KHAN KUSSION. He was to team with Homeless Jimmy against Raven and White Trash Johnny Webb.

Raven was great on the mic, running down Funk and then actually doing live commentary while standing on the ring apron. At one point, once he started to wrestle, Raven attacked Funk, bloodying his forehead. During the match, Sabu again tried to enter the ring, only to be escorted out again. The match turned into a really good and fun plunder bout, including a great table spot outside, before Homeless Jimmy pinned Webb with a DDT onto a chair.

The next bout was a six-man tag, featuring Team Revolution Pro (Ron Rivera, Disco Machine and Joey Ryan) against Team XPW (Jardi Franz, Vinnie Massaro and…special surprise guest X-Pac). Pac got a good pop, and came out to the DX music. He’s also developed quite a gut. The match was OK, and ended when the Vince McMahon impostor, Mr. McPhenom and former ECW star CW Anderson, who attacked X-Pac on the floor. Disco Machine won for his team by pinfall, but afterward X-Pac laid out Anderson, then gave McPhenom an X-Factor. It was a play off of the ECW-XPW brawl at Heatwave. X-Pac then got on the mic and said that he is back from the dead, then told us that he’s got two words for us.

The next bout was a three-way bout between Luke Hawx, Scorpio Sky and Jack Evans. From a workrate perspective, this was a really entertaining bout. It was exciting and well paced, with some really good, athletic work. This was the best match of the night, by far. Hawx picked up the win.

The Westside NGZ, who were advertised as wrestling the reunited Gangstas, started off by taking on another team instead. This bout ran for several long, boring minutes, with the crowd crapping all over the weak action. Finally, the Gangstas’ music hit, and New Jack and Mustafa hit the ring with a trash can full of weapons. They cleaned house on the Westside NGZ, and that was it for the “match.” The tag team that had been wrestling the Westside NGZ tried to praise the Gangstas, but Jack and Mustafa then turned on them, and beat the guys down, both inside and outside the ring, for probably at least 10 minutes. New Jack used a fork on his opponent. The brawl spilled way into the back of the crowd, making it hard for 90 percent of the audience to see what was happening, but when it was all over, New Jack came back to the ring bleeding a gusher. He then started into an endless promo about the team’s history and how they refused to sell out to the bigger organizations. Jack ripped into both Vince McMahon and Paul Heyman. He closed by announcing he was done in the ring and to watch your cable TV screens to see him soon. He was referring to some sort of reality series that Big Vision is shopping around.

The final match advertised for the evening was a no-ropes barbed-wire death match between Supreme and the Necro Butcher. They had Beds of Light Tubes and Mouse Traps. If you liked blood and violence, this was for you as both took insane amounts of punishment and the crowd loved it.

Overall, the work was slow, the pacing was off, and the crowd wasn’t even that hot. To his credit, Sabu actually showed up for the event, and of course he should protect his health, but the crowd was more than a little disappointed to have him advertised to compete, only to not wrestle after all. XPW actually received word a week ago and was originally going to change the match listing, but Sabu demanded they let him feel it out and see if he could work. As it turned out, he couldn't.

It’s not clear whether XPW intended for “Cold Day In Hell” to be a one-night-only thing, as was advertised on the event poster, or whether the promotion actually plans to start running shows again. Unless XPW can somehow make this event look good on camera, it’s hard to imagine that this was the event the company needed to put itself back on the map.

Notes: Mikey Whipwreck was booked a surprise but no showed. XPW attempted to reach him, only to find his cell phone disconnected...The entire show was shot in HD and is planned as Big Vision Entertainment's first-ever Blu-Ray DVD release....The one and only Atlas Security was in the house.

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Saturday, May 24, 2008

Smackdown Review 5/23/2008

This week's smackdown almost put me to sleep..but here is my review of's not picture heavy, as I'm not really feeling good, but maybe next

Deuce, Domino & Maryse def. Jesse, Festus & Cherry

This match was awesome! Cherry took some big bumps, then took a kick to the face that she wasn't even ready for, and BOOOM! Knocked out! What a great ending.

Other than that, I didn't care for this match.

Finlay def. Chuck Palumbo

Finlay is really getting over, I guess he's turning face now. Palumbo is still Undertaker light, but what can I do?

Batista def. MVP

Batista and Mvp was set up thanks to the MVP show getting interrupted. My wife and I were laughing due to the fact that batista was making a joke out it. He was making Bruce Lee motions and everything, if you missed it, you really missed out.

The match was ok, but WWE is totally burying MVP now.

Vladimir Kozlov def. Nunzio

This was a throwaway match up. I don't care about the Russian guy, I don't care about the Italian guy...who cares.

United States Champion Matt Hardy & Kofi Kingston def. Shelton Benjamin & Elijah Burke

This wasn't half bad, but I feel that the U.S Title needs a lot more emphasis and putting the champion in a tag team match doesn't help out the overall perception of the title. This match was good though, probably best in the night.

Undertaker def. Chavo Guerrero

There was no chance in Hell that Chavo was going to walk out the winner in this one. I also noticed that Chavo is looking a little light, maybe he's off the juice!

Remember him in WCW? He wasn't that jacked, and in fact was really small.

Here's a classic for you, part 2 of Chavo Guerrero vs. Ultimo Dragon at WCW's Spring Stampede.

Notice how small Chavo is...seriously, he's not that big...

Whatever the case is, Undertaker squashed Chavo. Chavo's clout has gone down a lot since losing the ECW title, and I'm not sure if he can ever recover.

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Friday, May 23, 2008

Tito Ortiz And WWE

Tito Ortiz

Rumor has it Tito Ortiz could in fact come into WWE. This is of course not the first time a UFC wrestler or MMA wrestler has joined the ranks of the WWE. The most notable of mma stars to join was none other than Ken Shamrock. Shamrock came into the WWE with a no holds barred gimmick, then quickly escalated into a feud with The Rock over the WWF Intercontinental Championship, before joining forces with The Corporation and other factions and eventually leaving WWE after a long run to return to MMA.

We also have seen Tito Ortiz work in TNA before, and while I had my reservations, he came across really strong to me, while there.

We also saw Dan The Best Severn in WWE for a limited amount of time, even coming out during that huge Survivor Series tournament that crowned The Rock WWE Champion by defeating a comeback kid of sorts...Mick Foley.

Here's an old interview with Tito Ortiz about competing in TNA:

So what's next?

UFC's contract with TITO expires this weekend, and he's not exactly thrilled about how UFC has treated Tito.

I'm not sure what goes on behind the scenes over there, but I loved his feud with Ken Shamrock, that's for sure.

Will WWE capitalize on this guy?

Is he worth it?


But the divas might see a little more of Jenna Jameson, because we all know that her and Tito are together.

All this is just in the air, I'm not sure if WWE is in a position to bank on anyone coming in and disrupting what they have.

On the other hand, TNA has Angle, and Tito could be his hired gun...only to turn on him later down the road.

Or this all could be marketing ploys by UFC to force a higher payout.

Or I could just be making it all up...but then again, why would I?

You can find out a more relevant story about this at the WWE Characters Blog, because I'm starting to ramble.

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Thursday, May 22, 2008

Hulk Hogan and Steroids Movie Trailer

Hogan on steroids

This is sad. The marketing campaign for an upcoming steroids movie features Hulk Hogan and many other wrestlers in terms of Steroid users. The film is going to be amazing, here's the trailer...

Will they mention the tragic events of the Chris Benoit deaths, or will they mention WWE? All i know is that the poster features Hogan, the trailer features Hogan and well...we're going to be appalled with the ubiquity of steroids in professional sports.

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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Jimmy Hart Interview

What's this?

An interview with The Mouth of The South Jimmy Hart. It's fairly recent, and always a pleasure to check out what Jimmy Hart has to say about things.

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ECW 5/21/2008 in Photos

I didn't feel like writing a full report, so here's last night's ECW show in photographs...i'm tired...I was at a Coheed and Cambria Show last night.

here they are...

Quick Results for ECW 5/21/2008 :

The Miz def. ECW Champion Kane
Shelton Benjamin def. Kofi Kingston
Kelly Kelly & Colin Delaney def. Layla & Mike Knox
Armando Estrada def. Colin Delaney
John Morrison & Chavo Guerrero def. CM Punk & Tommy Dreamer

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ECW 5/21/2008 in Photos

I didn't feel like writing a full report, so here's last night's ECW show in photographs...i'm tired...I was at a Coheed and Cambria Show last night.

here they are...

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Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Raw Is Hilarious 5/19/2008 Review

Hardy & Umaga
Way to go WWE, feed us Hardy vs Umaga again! This is just poorly done. The match was ok, but I’ve already seen it so many times that it bored me in a way.

This of course reminded me of the summer of 1998, where we saw The Rock fight Triple H every ppv, every raw, and every house show for about a year.

Don’t agree with me?

Well then what do you think about the announcement that Jeff Hardy will face Umaga at One Night Stand in a Falls Count Anywhere Match? If you ask me, this sounds like Hardy vs. Abyss 2 (Hardy fought Abyss in a falls count anywhere match for TNA on ppv a few years ago)

S&M Divas
The divas come out and bore me. But as a man…a very gross man at times…I couldn’t help but think how hot these chicks are…too bad they can’t wrestle.

On second thought, this

I’d rather go back to the Booker T & Goldust funny commercials.

Jericho and Batista? Making fun of HBK! Now this was interesting and having HBK run down was also interesting. The match was ok, and given more time could end up being a very good feud.

Too bad that Batista will now face HBK at One Night Stand in a stretcher match…way to throwaway a good feud.

On second thought, I wonder if this is going to be built into a bigger feud…with Y2J being guest referee on a ppv for HBK vs. Batista 3 and Y2J screws over Batista on his way to a match at the next ppv with Batista, only to get a dq finish and then subsequently get into a Hell in the Cell match, which would relive the 1997 3rd quarter. Which introduced Kane…if you remember that line of events.

Piper’s Pit! Santino is hilarious! Man oh man, if you missed it, you missed a hilarious romp through some great comedic timing. Santino might be the best on mic worker the WWE has right now.

Regal Kennedy? What? Kennedy is on a roll, and well…it didn’t help Regal at all that he was on the juice or on some kind of juice as the WWE has suspended Regal for 60 days for violating the wellness policy yet again.

This match sucked, by the way.

The last bit of Raw goodness was just sour. HHH and John Cena teamed up to wrestle JBL and Randy Orton. Boring match, leading to a boring couple of matches for last man standing, and making me tired this morning, once again…the WWE is just doing it all wrong.

Remember the last time JBL fought John Cena in a “I Quit Match”? JBL talked a lot of crap only to quit in the end. John Cena and JBL will fight in a First Blood match for One Night Stand….creating a horrible card.

They will also have a Last Man Standing Match for the WWE title at One Night Stand…with HHH fighting Randy Orton yet again!

Randy Orton should be demoted to the lower midcard, he’s already had several shots at the title…it’s over dude…it’s over. Work your way up the ladder into another shot, not just what you’re doing now.

Done deal.

Quick Raw Results 5/20/2008

Jeff Hardy vs. Umaga (Double Countout)
Beth Phoenix def. Maria
Batista def, Intercontinental Champion Chris Jericho (Winner faces Shawn
Michaels at One Night Stand)
Mr. Kennedy def. William Regal (Loser Gets Fired No Disqualification Match)
Randy Orton & JBL def. WWE Champion Triple H & John Cena

One Night Stand 2008 Card So Far:

Last Man Standing Match For The WWE Championship
Triple H © vs. Randy Orton
First Blood Match
John Cena vs. JBL
Stretcher Match
Batista vs. HBK
Falls Count Anywhere
Jeff hardy vs. Umaga

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Monday, May 19, 2008

Judgment Day 2008 Photos & Results

Judgment Day 2008 is in the books, and for those of you that haven't heard, here are the results, and a few photos from the event.

Jeff Hardy beat MVP

Shawn Michaels beat Chris Jericho

HHH (c) beat Randy Orton to retain the WWE Championship

Undertaker beat Edge however GM Vickie Guerrero declared the title still vacant since Taker one by count out

Mickie James (c) beat Beth Phoenix and Melina to retain the Women’s Championship

Two non important matches....(really I just ran out of photos)

Miz & Morrison beat Kane & CM Punk
John Cena beat JBL

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Friday, May 16, 2008

Smackdown Results 5/16/2008

sorry for the delay in posting, I'm out of town until Monday morning. In the meantime here is the final results from smackdown before the big ppv that is coming up sooner than later.

Hang in there...I'll return sooner than later.

* CM Punk def. Chuck Palumbo
* Michelle McCool def. Layla
* Big Show & Finlay def. Montel Vontavious Porter & Mark Henry
* Vladimir Kozlov def. Funaki
* Cherry def. Maryse
* United States Champion Matt Hardy def. Shelton Benjamin (non-title)
* Edge, Vickie Guerrero, Curt Hawkins, Zack Ryder, Chavo Guerrero & Bam Neely vs. Undertaker in a 6-on-1 Handicap Match (no contest)

Interesting links:

The Hardy Boyz have a new 2 disc dvd set and it is out now, check out it here.

The HHH three disc set is out now too, with interviews and commentary by the game himself! Click here for more info on that release.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

ECW Episode 101 5/13/2008

ECW returned to Sci-Fi for their 101 episode last night and it wasn’t all that great. It had a few moments, but it seems like they keep pushing the tag champions as singles wrestlers, and will most likely hot shot the tag titles at the ppv…if anything.


Miz has showed some improvement, which is a little odd, considering I liked to rail on him for not being a “real” wrestler. Punk carried the match, but Miz held his own.


The divas on ECW bore me. The divas in general bore me…they need to just give up on the women’s division.

Mike Knox defeated Colin Delaney in a match to soften up Colin for round two of Armando Estrada’s vendetta. Colin got two losses, and proves that he’s only good to bump, and not to gain momentum in the ECW show.


John Morrison fought Kane, and then Miz joined in for a beatdown.

Once again, they are pushing the two as singles wrestlers only to hot shot the titles for Punk and Kane…Ecw is a shadow of its former self.

ECW Quick Results 5/13/2008
WWE Tag Team Champion The Miz def. CM Punk
Kelly Kelly, Michelle McCool & Cherry def. Layla, Victoria & Natalya
Mike Knox def. Colin Delaney
Armando Estrada def. Colin Delaney
WWE Tag Team Champion John Morrison def. ECW Champion Kane

Interesting links:
The Hardy Boyz have a new 2 disc dvd set and it is out now, check out it here.

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Raw Before Backlash 5/12/2008

Alright, Raw’s last hope before the big event this weekend really did a good job shaking things up, and kept me interested with a few sore spots to work out.

First and foremost, the women’s match was lame. I’m tired of seeing the same match ups and the same old botched moves. Someone please shoe WWE a TNA’s women’s division tape.

Hot Rod coming out to a nice ovation was awesome, I enjoyed seeing good ol’ Piper out there. The tag team title match had me glad, but the execution of the match was really poor. The match quality was low and it didn’t do a lot of things to move forward the tag division. Although, it does look like WWE is hearing critics that said a title defense hasn’t been had in a long time. Moreover, the match was a quick one and while the interference by Roddy Piper was interesting on one point, the match itself was really short, considering how long these two teams have been wrestling each other. I could have done without this match, and I’m sure a rematch will probably happen at the ppv.

Mr. Kennedy came out and squashed Snitsky. Remember when Snitsky was a monster heel and was defeating people left and right. Well, in true WWE form, they squashed him fast. How long before he gets fired?

Jeff Hardy returns and didn’t miss a step. He went over on Umaga, who also used to be a hard opponent for most of the roster. Looks like Umaga might get fired soon too…good riddance.

Cryme Tyme’s match looked really cool until after the match Lance Cade turned on Murdoch. Once again the WWE screws up their tag team division by inciting a split between two members that form one of the only tag team championship caliber teams.

What next? Will they split up Cryme Tyme Too?

Randy Orton vs. John Cena with Y2J as the special guest referee was near PPV quality and had a lot of action, which surprised me. The length could’ve been longer, but I was genuinely enjoying this one, and while the outcome wasn’t what I thought should’ve happened, it did a great job building up the ppv. Although, I would have appreciated more HBK in the ending, but what happened instead was a cage lowered and Orton and HHH had their last minute feud fight before the big cage match.

Orton looked weak in the end, and will most likely lose this Sunday.

Overall Raw was ok, but not nearly as incredible as some of the late 90’s Austin era Raw’s. However, it did pick up the action, and involved a lot of intertwining feuds. The ppv should be interesting, and ECW tonight should do slightly better than most weeks past.

Quick Raw Results 5/12/2008

World Tag Team Champions Hardcore Holly & Cody Rhodes def. Carlito & Santino Marella
Mr. Kennedy def. Snitsky
Maria & Ashley def. Melina & Beth Phoenix
Jeff Hardy def. Umaga
Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch def. Cryme Tyme
Randy Orton def. John Cena

Interesting links:

The Hardy Boyz have a new 2 disc dvd set and it is out now, check out it here.

The HHH three disc set is out now too, with interviews and commentary by the game himself! Click here for more info on that release.


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