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Old 02-26-2017, 04:32 PM   #176 (permalink)
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PPV: 2004 Bad Blood
Date: 6/13/04
Location: Nationwide Arena (Columbus, OH)


Raw PPV here. They were able to beat out SD in the last head to head PPV to get the score to 3-1, in favor of SD. Can they pull to within one?

La Resistance (c) vs Edge/Chris Benoit for the World Tag Team Titles
Benoit gets to do double duty tonight, has to defend his title later on. Grenier gets cut off from his corner to start things off as the faces put a beating on him. Edge crashes to the floor and gets rammed into the barricade as the heels take control now. Edge rallies with a crossbody but he is unable to get to his partner. Grenier gets hit with a spinning hell kick but Conway is able to prevent Edge from tagging out. Edge hits a neckbreaker and finally tags out. Benoit cleans house now. He puts Grenier in the sharpshooter but Conway breaks it up. Benoit goes to the Crossface as Edge takes out Conway with a Spear. Kane comes down and boots the faces, causing a DQ. You see, Kane gets Benoit later on. Match was decent. Too bad it looks like it was only on to further the whole Kane/Benoit thing. Kane ends up tossing Benoit into the steps here as well.

In the back, Eric Bischoff tells Eugene that he can call the match off against Coach so Eugene does not get hurt. Eugene wants to still have the match go on.

Chris Jericho vs Tyson Tomko w/Trish Stratus
Tomko was hired by Christian to be a problem solver of sorts. Tomko recently powerbombed Jericho through the announce table on Raw. Jericho hits a springboard dropkick that sends Tomko to the floor and tosses him into the post. Jericho heads up but Tomko hits a gutbuster. A chokeslam leads to Tomko locking in a bearhug. Jericho slugs out. He misses a Lionsault and Tomko hits a shoulderbreaker. Jerichogets out of a press slam and chop blocks Tomko. Tomko misses a knee and Jericho goes for the Walls. Trish distracts him to allow Tomko to get out. Tomko charges but knocks Trish off the apron. Jericho hits an enziguri that finishes Tomko off for the win. Nothing too great here, wasn't awful though, if that means anything. Wasn't a real Tomko fan myself.

Randy Orton comes out and makes fun of the fans for thinking that being employee of the month is a big deal. Orton himself is a big deal. He keeps going on until Shelton Benjamin comes down to shut him up.

Randy Orton (c) vs Shelton Benjamin for the Intercontinental Title
Orton tries to book it with his title but gets hit with a dropkick. Orton tosses him into the barricade. Benjamin backdrops Orton into the crowd. Back in, Benjamin rolls Orton up for two. Orton gets clotheslined to the floor. Back in, Orton is able to avoid a splash in the corner. Ric Flair comes down to root on Orton. Orton hits a neckbreaker. Orton goes up for a crossbody but misses. Shelton hits a suplex for a nearfall. They slug it out now. Shelton hits a backdrop and flying clothesline. Orton goes for the RKO but Shelton blocks and hits a spinning leg whip. Shelton hits the T-Bone Suplex but Flair puts Orton's foot on the ropes. Benjamin grabs Flair and hits a splash in the corner on him and Orton. Benjamin puts Flair in the figure four. Orton tries to break it up but gets rolled up for two. Benjamin hits a double clothesline and rolls Orton up for another nearfall. He goes up for the crossbody but Orton rolls through and gets the pin to retain. This was a pretty good one here, although I could have done without the Flair interference.

To the back where Lita is getting some good luck praise from Matt Hardy, until Bischoff kicks him out of the arena.

Victoria (c) vs Gail Kim vs Lita vs Trish Stratus w/Tyson Tomko in a Fatal 4 Way Match for the Women's Title
Lita takes Trish to the floor early only for Tomko to stop anything else from happening. Lita rolls Trish up in the ring but Tomok breaks it up. The ref tosses Tomko out of the ring area. Lita hits the Twist of Fate but Gail makes the save. Lita hits a headscissors on Trish but Gail takes her out before she could follow up on it. Gail puts Victoria in a crossface. Trish breaks it up and edns up getting chopped. Gail misses a charge and is posted. Lita DDTs Gail but Trish sneaks in and rolls up Lita to become the new champ. Nothing great here. Kind of boring to be honest.

Jonathan Coachman vs Eugene
Bischoff has banned William Regal from the ring so he can't help Eugene out. Eugene basically is a guy that acts like he has no clue what is going on, is sensitive to things and just imitates other wrestlers. Coach tries to crush Eugene's hand with a hand shake, but it seems like Eugene has strength beyond what any normal man has. Eugene rolls Coach up for a nearfall. Eugene rides him like a horse. They criss-cross and Eugene stops to talk to a fan and play with her stuffed bear. Eugene then hits a leg scissors and acts like he is a dog peeing on him. Coach then brings out a lady in a bikini with cookies to distract Eugene. Coach attacks from behind but Eugene hulks up. Garrison Cade runs in and tears the head off the stuffed bear. Eugene gets mad and tries to rip off Cade's head. A double team fails and Eugene hits a Rock Bottom and People's Elbow to get the win. Eugene then hits a couple Stunners on Cade and Coach. Awful, guess you had to entertain the small humans in attendance.

Chris Benoit (c) vs Kane for the World Heavyweight Title
Benoit goes to work on some chops and wears out Kane's shoulder. Kane overpowers and elbows him against the apron. Kane hits a sideslam and clubs away. Benoit tosses Kane into the post on the outside. In the ring, Kane hits a clothesline. Benoit comes back with a dropkick to the knee. Kane blocks a sharpshooter but Benoit keeps working the knee. Benoit gets in the sharpshooter but Kane gets to the ropes. Benoit hits six Germans, oh my! He hits the Headbutt but can't recover and Kane is able to hit a Chokeslam. Benoit is able to kick out. Kane goes for the flying clothesline but Benoit is able to catch him into the Crossface. Kane is able to power himself up but Benoit is able to get a quick roll up to retain the title. Not too bad, only so much you can do with a small man vs big man match.

Main Event: Triple H vs Shawn Michaels in a Hell in a Cell Match
These two have been going at it for a good two years now, culiminating in this match right here. Guess that gets it the ME nod over Benoit defending the title. The two start things off with a brawl. HHH whips HBK into the corner to work the back. HHH sideslams HBK on a chair and then gives him a backbreaker on the chair. HHH goes for an abl stretch but HBK hiptosses out. HBK then gets a low blow in. He hits an atomic drop and knees HHH to the floor. HBK sets up for the piledriver but HHH backdrops out. HHH drills him with a chair and tosses the steps in the ring. HBK hits a flying forearm. HHH recovers and drills HBK with the steps a few times to bust him open. HHH works over the cut and back. HBK counters the Pedigree to a DDT and drills HHH with a chair that busts him open now. HBK get a ladder and whips HHH into it. HBK can't hit with the flying elbow though. They slug it out with HBK winning and setting HHH on a ladder. He climbs the ladder and hits an elbow off the ladder that sends HHH into the table. HBK tries Sweet Chin Music but HHH goes low and hits the Pedigree. He is unable to make the cover and a timely manner. He picks HBK up and gets drilled with Sweet Chin Music. HBK is only able to get a nearfall on it. HHH is able to hit a Pedigree out of nowhere. They lay around before HHH hits another Pedigree to get the win. You would think this would be good, but it really wasn't. This thing lasted about 45 minutes!!!! It did not help that this match was so slow action wise. All of this led up to something that could have been good, but ends up being a downer.

Grade: F
Best match on the card was Shelton/Orton. The ME was a huge letdown, Benoit match was kind of taken down a notch since it wasn't the ME and the undercard was not all that good. Leads to a bad grade here. Looks like SD won't have to try too hard at their PPV to take a 4-1 lead, but you never know.

Running Tally of Wrestler W/L Record (I know, silly, but, whatever, just for fun, excluding battle royals and royal rumbles):
Rick Steiner: 5-0
"Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich: 5-0
Fabulous Moolah: 4-0
Max Mini: 3-0
Mo: 3-0
Tiger Ali Singh: 3-0
Nicole Bass: 2-0
Butterbean: 2-0
Bertha Faye: 2-0
Hillbilly Jim: 2-0
Mr. T: 2-0
Nova: 2-0
Rockin' Robin: 2-0
Noriyo Tateno: 2-0
Itsuki Yamazaki: 2-0
Perro Aguayo: 1-0
Ted Arcidi: 1-0
Lioness Asuka: 1-0
Cheesy: 1-0
El Canek: 1-0
Eugene: 1-0
Hector Garza: 1-0
The Great Sasuke: 1-0
Haiti Kid: 1-0
Bruce Hart: 1-0
Keith Hart: 1-0
Earl Hebner: 1-0
Paul Heyman: 1-0
Sam Houston: 1-0
Jackyl: 1-0
Koji Kitao: 1-0
Aja Kong: 1-0
Little Beaver: 1-0
Jose Lothario: 1-0
Mordecai: 1-0
Hugh Morrus: 1-0
Queasy: 1-0
Rad Radford: 1-0
Wendi Richter: 1-0
Giant Silva: 1-0
Dick Slater: 1-0
Sleezy: 1-0
Sniper: 1-0
Johnny Stamboli: 1-0
Lawrence Taylor: 1-0
Genichiro Tenryu: 1-0
Tomoko Watanabe: 1-0
Mae Young: 1-0
Tom Zenk: 1-0
Torrie Wilson: 7-1
Randy Orton: 6-1
Tugboat/Typhoon: 6-1
Stevie Richards: 5-1
Batista: 3-1
"Jumpin" Jim Brunzell: 3-1
Doug Furnas: 3-1
Phil LaFon: 3-1
B. Brian Blair: 2-1
Tully Blanchard: 2-1
Jesus Castillo: 2-1
Jonathan Coachman: 2-1
Jimmy Del Rey: 2-1
Jose Estrada Jr: 2-1
Miss Kitty/The Kat: 2-1
Kurrgan/Interrogator: 2-1
Brian Pillman: 2-1
Jim Powers: 2-1
"The Natural" Butch Reed: 2-1
Tama: 2-1
Ultimate Warrior: 15-2
Sable: 8-2
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat: 8-2
Goldberg: 5-2
Terry Funk/Chainsaw Charlie: 3-2
Brian Knobs: 3-2
Harley Race: 3-2
Joey Sags: 3-2
Thrasher: 9-3
Tatanka: 7-3-1
Jamie Noble: 6-3
"Ravishing" Rick Rude: 6-3-1
Charlie Haas: 5-3
Junkyard Dog: 5-3
Tom Pritchard/Zip: 5-3
Dynamite Kid: 5-3-1
King Kong Bundy: 4-3
Earthquake/Golga: 10-4
Mosh/Chaz: 9-4
Scott Steiner: 9-4
Tazz: 7-4
Demolition Ax: 6-4
Shelton Benjamin: 5-4
Jazz: 5-4
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan: 9-5
Ahmed Johnson: 8-5
Brian Christopher/Grandmaster Sexay: 7-5
Spike Dudley: 7-5
Bull Buchanan/Recon: 6-5
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart: 11-6
Scott Taylor/Scotty 2 Hotty: 10-6
Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake: 7-6
Ivory: 7-6
"Macho Man" Randy Savage: 18-7
Ric Flair: 8-7
Brock Lesnar: 14-8-1
Hawk: 12-8-1
Val Venis: 13-9
Animal: 12-9-1
Savio Vega: 11-9
Hulk Hogan/Mr. America: 21-11
Ken Shamrock: 15-12
Razor Ramon/Scott Hall: 15-13
Eddie Guererro: 19-15
Roadie/Jesse James/Road Dogg: 22-18-1
Bret "Hitman" Hart: 34-20-1
British Bulldog: 24-20-2
Blue Blazer/Owen Hart: 28-22
Kurt Angle: 32-24
Billy Gunn/Rockabilly/Billy: 27-26-1
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: 33-27
The Rock: 35-30-2
Undertaker: 61-32-2
Triple H: 44-37-2
Ludwig Borga: 1-1
Corporal Kirchner: 1-1
Debra: 1-1
Dory Funk Jr: 1-1
Zach Gowan: 1-1
Billy Jack Haynes: 1-1
Jamal: 1-1
Kanyon: 1-1
Rodney Mack: 1-1
Velvet McIntyre: 1-1
Moondog Spot: 1-1
Mosaic: 1-1
Nailz: 1-1
Chris Nowinski: 1-1
Sean O'Haire: 1-1
Sapphire: 1-1
Big John Studd: 1-1
Arn Anderson: 2-2
Danny Basham: 2-2
Doug Basham: 2-2
Alundra Blayze: 2-2
Bobby Heenan: 2-2
Diamond Dallas Page: 2-2
Miguel Perez: 2-2
Red Rooster: 2-2
Rico: 2-2
Rosey: 2-2
Dusty Rhodes: 3-3
Skip: 3-3
Bushwhacker Butch: 4-4
Bushwhacker Luke: 4-4
Chavo Guerrero Jr: 4-4
Taka Michinoku: 4-4
Paul Roma: 4-4
Victoria: 4-4
Virgil: 4-4
Lex Luger: 4-4-1
John Cena: 5-5
The Warlord: 5-5
Demolition Smash/Repo Man: 7-7
Steve Blackman: 8-8
Chyna: 9-9
Rob Van Dam: 14-14
Big Boss Man: 15-15
Chris Jericho: 28-28
Bob Backlund: 1-2
Justin Credible: 1-2
"Dangerous" Danny Davis: 1-2
Dean Douglas: 1-2
"Rugged" Ronnie Garvin: 1-2
Hakushi: 1-2
Barry Horowitz/Red Knight: 1-2
Maven: 1-2
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley: 1-2
The Patriot: 1-2
Terri Runnels: 1-2
Sato: 1-2
Sensational Sherri: 1-2
Shawn Stasiak: 1-2
Teiho: 1-2
Togo: 1-2
Beau Beverly: 2-3
Blake Beverly: 2-3
Chainz/DiBiase's Undertaker: 2-3
Funaki: 2-3
The Iron Sheik/Col. Mustafa: 2-3
Pierre: 1-3
Barry Windham/The Stalker: 1-3
Sylvain Grenier: 3-4
One Man Gang/Akeem: 3-4
Chuck Palumbo/Chuck: 3-4
Sgt. Slaughter: 3-4
Tori: 2-4
Adrian Adonis: 1-4
Matt Borne/Doink: 1-4
Darren Drozdov/Droz: 1-4
Tanaka: 1-4
The Barbarian/Sione: 4-5
Ray Rougeau: 4-5-1
Rene Dupree: 3-5
Gangrel: 3-5
Billy Kidman: 3-5
Scorpio/Flash Funk: 3-5
Samu: 2-5
Luna Vachon: 2-5
Bad News Brown: 1-5
Paul Orndorff: 1-5
Raven: 1-5
Dino Bravo: 4-6
Dean Malenko: 4-6
Vince McMahon: 4-6
Rhyno: 4-6
Nikolai Volkoff: 4-6
Eli Blu/8 Ball: 3-6
Jacob Blu/Skull: 3-6
Hurricane Helms/The Hurricane: 2-6
Haku: 4-7
Andre the Giant: 3-7
Honky Tonk Man: 2-7
Don Muraco: 1-7
Koko B. Ware: 1-7
Crash Holly: 7-8
Mr. Perfect: 6-8
Perry Saturn: 5-8
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper: 4-8
Lance Storm: 3-8
Bart Gunn: 8-9
Marc Mero: 8-9
Mark Henry: 7-9
Shane McMahon: 7-9
Psycho Sid: 6-9
Molly Holly/Mighty Molly: 5-9
Rick Martel: 5-9
Kama/Godfather/Goodfather: 9-10
Jerry "The King" Lawler: 5-10
Mike Rotunda/I.R.S: 5-10
Lita: 4-10
Tajiri: 4-10
Rey Mysterio: 2-10
Jake "The Snake" Roberts: 9-11-1
Jacques Rougeau/The Mountie: 8-11-1
Bam Bam Bigelow: 7-11
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine/Blue Knight: 5-11
Jacqueline: 1-11
Stephen Regal/William Regal: 10-12
Mabel/Viscera: 7-12
Tito Santana: 7-12
Marty Jannety: 6-12
Henry Godwinn/Mark Canterbury: 5-12
"Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase: 9-13
Yokozuna: 9-13
Diesel/Kevin Nash: 8-13-1
Hercules: 4-13
D-Lo Brown: 9-14
Vader: 7-14
Prince Albert/Albert/A-Train: 4-14
Trish Stratus: 11-15
Phineas Godwinn/Dennis Knight/Mideon: 5-15
Crush/Brian Adams: 4-15
Fatu/Sultan/Rikishi: 14-16
Booker T: 10-16
Bob Holly/Hardcore Holly: 9-17
Al Snow/Leif Cassidy: 8-17
Test: 7-18
Jeff Jarrett: 10-19
Chris Benoit: 19-22
Bradshaw/John Bradshaw Layfield: 15-22
Faarooq/Ron Simmons: 15-23
Jeff Hardy: 14-23
Matt Hardy: 12-23
Mankind/Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mick Foley: 17-26-1
Big Show: 15-26
Dustin Rhodes/Goldust/Dustin Runnels: 13-26
Edge/Conquistador: 26-27
Christian/Conquistador: 25-27
Bubba Ray Dudley: 20-27
D-Von Dudley: 18-27
Shawn Michaels: 27-28-3
X-Pac/1-2-3 Kid: 22-28
Kane/Isaac Yankem/Fake Diesel: 29-32-1
Joey Abs: 0-1
General Adnan: 0-1
Aguila: 0-1
Akio: 0-1
Captain Lou Albano: 0-1
Chapparita Asari: 0-1
Mike Awesome: 0-1
BB: 0-1
Bastion Booger: 0-1
Battalion: 0-1
Berzerker: 0-1
Blackjack Mulligan: 0-1
Blue Meanie: 0-1
Scott Casey: 0-1
Donna Christianello: 0-1
Conquistador Dos: 0-1
Conquistador Uno: 0-1
James Cornette: 0-1
Duke "The Dumpster" Droese: 0-1
Paul Ellering: 0-1
Jerry Estrada: 0-1
Jimmy Jack Funk: 0-1
Mr. Fuji: 0-1
Tony Garea: 0-1
Pete Gas: 0-1
Jeff Gaylord/Black Knight: 0-1
The Genius: 0-1
Executioner/Terry Gordy: 0-1
Fuerza Guerrera: 0-1
Sakie Hasegawa: 0-1
Michael Hayes: 0-1
Heavy Metal: 0-1
Kyoko Inoue: 0-1
Miss Jackie: 0-1
Nathan Jones: 0-1
SD Jones: 0-1
Buddy Landell: 0-1
Little Tokyo: 0-1
Teddy Long: 0-1
Lord Littlebrooke: 0-1
Dawn Marie (non ECW): 0-1
Waylon Mercy: 0-1
Shannon Moore: 0-1
Pedro Morales: 0-1
Matt Morgan: 0-1
Bull Nakano: 0-1
Nidia: 0-1
Nunzio: 0-1
Pantera: 0-1
Nick Patrick: 0-1
Pink: 0-1
Ivan Putski: 0-1
Scott Putski: 0-1
Essa Rios: 0-1
Rodney: 0-1
The Executioner/Buddy Rose: 0-1
Jim Ross: 0-1
David Sammartino: 0-1
Dan Severn: 0-1
Shaniqua: 0-1
"Iron" Mike Sharpe: 0-1
Spanky/Brian Kendrick: 0-1
George "The Animal" Steele: 0-1
Tyson Tomko: 0-1
Ultimo Dragon: 0-1
Uncle Elmer: 0-1
George Wells: 0-1
Wink: 0-1
"Outlaw" Ron Bass: 0-2
Eric Bischoff: 0-2
Garrison Cade: 0-2
Dink: 0-2
El Torito: 0-2
Fake Razor Ramon: 0-2
Giant Gonzales: 0-2
Robert Gibson: 0-2
Duane Gill/Gillberg: 0-2
Mark Jindrak: 0-2
Kamala: 0-2
Kato: 0-2
Gail Kim: 0-2
K-Kwik: 0-2
Ricky Morton: 0-2
"Cowboy" Bob Orton: 0-2
Tarantula: 0-2
Zeus: 0-2
Judy Martin: 0-3
Ken Patera: 0-3
Skinner: 0-3
Leilani Kai: 0-4
Dawn Marie (ECW): 0-4
Adam Bomb/Bryan Clark: 0-5
Rob Conway: 0-5
Stacy Keibler: 0-5
Boris Zhukov: 0-5
"Superfly" Jimmy Snuka: 0-6
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Old 02-27-2017, 08:12 PM   #177 (permalink)
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PPV: 2004 Great American Bash
Date: 6/27/04
Location: Scope Arena (Norfolk, VA)


SD only PPV here. Raw laid down a dud in their PPV, so SD has a solid chance to take a 4-1 lead in the head to head battle.

John Cena (c) vs Rob Van Dam vs Booker T vs Rene Dupree in a Fatal 4 Way Elimination Match
Booker goes after RVD and Dupree and Cena go at it to kick things off here. RVD and Cena decide to face off but they get attacked from behind by the heels. RVD and Booker take their fight out of the ring. Dupree works over Cena and is able to get a couple nearfalls. Cena comes back with an atomic drop. Cena runs at Dupree but gets tossed to the floor. Booker tosses RVD into the ring and Dupree goes to work on him. RVD rallies and hits Rolling Thunder for a nearfall. RVD tosses Dupree outside and hits a somersault plancha onto Dupree and Cena. RVD tosses Cena in and they trade nearfalls with each other. RVD goes out and tosses Booker in. Cena works over Booker before bringing Dupree in. Dupree hits Booker with a powerslam. Booker is able to hit a spinebuster and both men are out. RVD hits a Five Star Frogsplash on Dupree. Cena heads up but RVD knocks him down. RVD then hits Booker with a Five Star Frogsplash. Cena then comes in and rolls up RVD to get rid of him, with Booker and Dupree still laid out. Logic not all there, as being a face, maybe you'd want to eliminate one of the heels, so you can double up on the other heel before going one on one with each other to decide the title, but what do I know? Cena is focused on Dupree and gets taken out by Booker. The heels now work over Cena. Dupree goes for a pin but Booker pulls him off, because that makes a lot of sense. The two heels now go after each other of that. Cena rcovers and hits Dupree with the FU. Booker hits Cena with the scissors kick and pins Dupree. Bokker then covers Cena but only gets a nearfall. Booker hits a sideslam to get another nearfall and looks to become a bit iratated now. He goes to a chinlock. Cena tries to come back but gets hit with a side kick. Booker locks in the cobra clutch Cena fights out and hits a sideslam. Five Knuckle Shuffle hits for a nearfall. Booker goes for a scissors kick but misses. Cena follows with the FU to retain the title. I was OK with this match. Good way to start things off.

We go to the back where Cena passes by Miss Jackie and Charlie Haas. Haas congratluates him and Cena hits on Jackie. Angle then comes and tells Haas that he has basically fallen off since the days of Team Angle and that his new protege, Luther Reigns, will take care of him. To another area, where Sable is in a hot tub to talk some trash to Torrie Wilson.

Charlie Haas w/Miss Jackie vs Luther Reigns w/Kurt Angle
Haas goes after the legs to start. Luther goes to brawling tactics. Haas gets a rollup but Luther bounces back with a boot. Luther goes to s single leg crab. Haas gets another rollup for a nearfall but ends up eating a clothesline after. Haas avoids a charge in the corner and hits the Exploder for a nearfall. Haas with a bridging German for a nearfall. Haas misses on a charge and Luther hits a reverse neckbreaker to get the win. Pretty much a glorified squash that was terrible to get through.

We go to JBL who tells us that the media is portraying him as something that he isn't and says that he guarantees victory over Eddie Guererro.I swear, Donald Trump stole 2004 JBL material.

Rey Mysterio (c) vs Chavo Guererro Jr for the Crusierweight Title
Rey hits an early cradle to try to get the quick win. Chavo comes back with a couple of nearfalls himself. Chavo goes to a stepover armbar but Rey springboard backflips. Rey dropkicks Chavo and gets an armbar in. Rey with a crucifix for a nearfall. Rey heads up but Chavo hits a springboard dropkick to send Rey to the outside, injuring his knee. Chavo now works over the knee. Rey tries to counter varioous moves but Chavo keeps going to the knee. Chavo with a single leg crab. Rey is able to fight back and hits a bulldog. Chavo kicks the leg from under Rey to ground him. Chavo with a leg lock now. Rey comes out of the corner with a hurancarana. Rey lands on the bad leg and falls down. Chavo ties him in the tree of woe but misses a charge and goes shoulder first into the post. Rey heads to the top rope and comes off with a bodypress to the floor. The two fight on the top rope. Chavo goes for a superplex to the floor but Rey fights out and they hit a facebuster on themselves. Chavo goes for the pin but Rey reverses for a nearfall. Chavo tries to catapult Rey but Rey catches himself and hits a dropkick. Rey hits a headscissors. A bodypress gets a nearfall. Chavo goes to the eyes and hits the Gory Bomb for a nearfall. Chavo stomps the knee. Rey is able to hit an enziguri then follows with the 619. Rey goes up for the springboard huracanrana but Chavo counters to a single leg crab. Mysterio is able to pull himself to the ropes. Chavo goes for another Gory Bomb but Rey slips out and counters to a flkip over type pinning combo for the win. Great match right here, really fun one to watch.

Back to the hot tub where Billy Kidman, Funaki and Spike Dudley are arguing who the best cruiserweight is as Torrie sits in. She finally leaves to get ready for her match as Funaki says "God bless America."

Kenzo Suzuki w/Hiroko vs Billy Gunn
Kenzo hits a double thrust chop. Gunn comes back with a Fishermanís Suplex for a nearfall. Kenzo charges into a boot. Kenzo chops him in the throat. He then goes to a trapezes hold. Gunn is able to elbow out of the hold. Gunn gets a schoolboy, but Suzuki chops him back downl. They slug it out and Gunn hits a splash. The Famasser is avoided and Kenzo hits a shining wizard for a nearfall. Kenzo runs into a tilt a whirl slam. Kenzo comes back and hits a Kobashi Inverted DDT Backbreaker to get the win. This was pretty awful right here.

We go to some undisclosed area where Paul Heyman has Paul Bearer tied up. Heyman threatens that he will bury Bearer in concrete if Undertaker fails to do the right thing, which we have no idea what the right thing is at the moment.

Sable vs Torrie Wilson
This was six minutes of absolute trash. Sable wins with a roll up as Torrie was confused as to where she was in the ring. A typical garbage match between the two.

We see Taker walking in a dark hall way in the back. We then go to Dawn Marie who interviews Dupree about his loss earlier. The FBI interrupt as Nunzio explains to Dawn that he has size 15 inch feet and has to explain to her what big feet mean. She gets hot and bothered and walks off as Johnny Stamboli says that Dupree probably has 6 inch feet.

Mordecai vs Hardcore Holly
Holly ties him in the ropes and works him over. Mordecai is able to toss Holly to the floor. Mordecai hits a boot for a nearfall. He then goes to a chinlock. Mordecai charges and Holly hotshots him off the ropes. Holly hits some clotheslines and heads up. He hits a flying clothesline for a nearfall. Holly hits a reverse DDT. Mordecai rebounds and hits a spinebuster. Holly comes back with a dropkick. Holly tries an Alabama Slam but Mordecai reverses to the Crucifix Bomb for the win. Man, this was terrible, right on par with that Diva match before it.

We get a recap of the JBL/Eddie feud.

Eddie Guererro (c) vs John Bradshaw Layfield in a Bull Rope Match for the WWE Title
Both men have a hand attached to the rope. Object is to touch all for corners of the ring in succession in order to get the win. Eddie starts by pounding away until JBL drills him with the cowbell on the rope. JBL touches two corners before getting dropkicked. Eddie touches two but is unable to pull JBL to the third. JBL puts Eddie in the tree of woe and works him over. JBL goes to powerbomb Eddie through the announce table but Eddie wrapped the ropes around JBL's legs, causing him to trip. JBL is able to whip Eddie across the announce table. JBL goes after him and Eddie drills him with a chair to bust him open. In the ring, JBL is drilled with the chair again and Eddie gets to three corners. JBL pulls the rope and holds to the bottom rope to keep Eddie from getting to the 4th corner. Eddie dropkicks JBL and touches three corners again. JBL keeps him away from the fourth and hits a DDT. Bradshaw touches two corners but gets crotched by the bull rope. Eddie hits three corners before JBL yanks him from the 4th. Eddie hits Three Amigos and hits the Frogsplash. Eddie gets to three corners but JBL rolls out of the ring to prevent Eddie from getting to the 4th. They fight on the apron with JBL using the rope to toss Eddie into the Spanish announce table. JBL then powerbombs Eddie through the table. JBL is able to get to three corners before Eddie grabs on to the bottom rope to prevent JBL from getting to the 4th. JBL drills him with the cowbell and gets to three corners. Eddie is able to recover and goes low on JBL with the cowbell to keep the match going. Eddie wears him down with the rope and starts to hit each corner. JBL is touching each corner too and Eddie does not know this. Eddie hits the 3rd corner and is then drilled with the Clothesline from Hell. JBL tries to get to the 4th but Eddie pulls him back. Eddie is able to jump over JBL to hit the 4th corner for the win. But not so fast. Angle comes out to show us that JBL's shoulder touched the buckle first when Eddie jumped over him. Angle reverses the decision and JBL is the new champ. Not awful, but I am a big downer on the end. Some mess ups with using the bull rope too.

We get a recap leading to the ME.

Main Event: Undertaker vs Dudley Boyz w/ Paul Heyman
So Paul Bearer is locked up in a glass crypt with a cement truck next to it to dump cement into the crypt. If Taker does not do the right thing, well Bearer gets buried in cement. Heyman starts by pouring a bit of cement in the crypt to show Taker that he is not messing aroud. Bubba tells Taker that he needs to lay down and take a L, I guess that is what the right thing to do is. Bubba taunts him and Taker pops up to Chokeslam the heels. Heyman throws some more threats and this causes the heels to get the upperhand. Taker comes back and lays out the champs. Heyman then pulls the lever as Taker is not doing what he is supposed to do. Taker takes the Dudleyz out again. Bubba finally gets Heyman to stop with the cement. D-Von puts Taker in a chinlock. Bubba drops an elbow. Taker is able to rally back. Taker hits Snake Eyes and a boot to D-Von. Bubba misses a splash in the corner. Taker hits Bubba with Old School. D-Von slips out of a Tombstone and hits a low blow. The Dudleyz hit a double neckbreaker. Heyman walks down the aisle now to get closer to the action. Taker is able to Chokeslam Bubba then hits a Tombstone on D-Von to get the win. This was just terrible.

After the match Heyman is about to pour more cement but gets hit by lightning. Taker tells Bearer that he has no other choice and pours the cement himself, burying his manager. What in the world!!!!

Grade: D-
The cruiserweight and bull rope match saves this from a F. I'll give credit to the US title match too, but man, was this bad all over the place. However, SD goes up 4-1 on Raw since Raw just took a dump all over the place worse than SD this time around. Skip even watching this unless you really want to see the 3 title matches.

Running Tally of Wrestler W/L Record (I know, silly, but, whatever, just for fun, excluding battle royals and royal rumbles):
Rick Steiner: 5-0
"Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich: 5-0
Fabulous Moolah: 4-0
Max Mini: 3-0
Mo: 3-0
Tiger Ali Singh: 3-0
Nicole Bass: 2-0
Butterbean: 2-0
Bertha Faye: 2-0
Hillbilly Jim: 2-0
Mordecai: 2-0
Mr. T: 2-0
Nova: 2-0
Rockin' Robin: 2-0
Noriyo Tateno: 2-0
Itsuki Yamazaki: 2-0
Perro Aguayo: 1-0
Ted Arcidi: 1-0
Lioness Asuka: 1-0
Cheesy: 1-0
El Canek: 1-0
Eugene: 1-0
Hector Garza: 1-0
The Great Sasuke: 1-0
Haiti Kid: 1-0
Bruce Hart: 1-0
Keith Hart: 1-0
Earl Hebner: 1-0
Paul Heyman: 1-0
Sam Houston: 1-0
Jackyl: 1-0
Koji Kitao: 1-0
Aja Kong: 1-0
Little Beaver: 1-0
Jose Lothario: 1-0
Hugh Morrus: 1-0
Queasy: 1-0
Rad Radford: 1-0
Luther Reigns: 1-0
Wendi Richter: 1-0
Giant Silva: 1-0
Dick Slater: 1-0
Sleezy: 1-0
Sniper: 1-0
Johnny Stamboli: 1-0
Kenzo Suzuki: 1-0
Lawrence Taylor: 1-0
Genichiro Tenryu: 1-0
Tomoko Watanabe: 1-0
Mae Young: 1-0
Tom Zenk: 1-0
Randy Orton: 6-1
Tugboat/Typhoon: 6-1
Stevie Richards: 5-1
Batista: 3-1
"Jumpin" Jim Brunzell: 3-1
Doug Furnas: 3-1
Phil LaFon: 3-1
B. Brian Blair: 2-1
Tully Blanchard: 2-1
Jesus Castillo: 2-1
Jonathan Coachman: 2-1
Jimmy Del Rey: 2-1
Jose Estrada Jr: 2-1
Miss Kitty/The Kat: 2-1
Kurrgan/Interrogator: 2-1
Brian Pillman: 2-1
Jim Powers: 2-1
"The Natural" Butch Reed: 2-1
Tama: 2-1
Ultimate Warrior: 15-2
Sable: 9-2
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat: 8-2
Torrie Wilson: 7-2
Goldberg: 5-2
Terry Funk/Chainsaw Charlie: 3-2
Brian Knobs: 3-2
Harley Race: 3-2
Joey Sags: 3-2
Thrasher: 9-3
Tatanka: 7-3-1
Jamie Noble: 6-3
"Ravishing" Rick Rude: 6-3-1
Junkyard Dog: 5-3
Tom Pritchard/Zip: 5-3
Dynamite Kid: 5-3-1
King Kong Bundy: 4-3
Earthquake/Golga: 10-4
Mosh/Chaz: 9-4
Scott Steiner: 9-4
Tazz: 7-4
Demolition Ax: 6-4
Shelton Benjamin: 5-4
Charlie Haas: 5-4
Jazz: 5-4
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan: 9-5
Ahmed Johnson: 8-5
Brian Christopher/Grandmaster Sexay: 7-5
Spike Dudley: 7-5
Bull Buchanan/Recon: 6-5
John Cena: 6-5
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart: 11-6
Scott Taylor/Scotty 2 Hotty: 10-6
Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake: 7-6
Ivory: 7-6
"Macho Man" Randy Savage: 18-7
Ric Flair: 8-7
Brock Lesnar: 14-8-1
Hawk: 12-8-1
Val Venis: 13-9
Animal: 12-9-1
Savio Vega: 11-9
Hulk Hogan/Mr. America: 21-11
Ken Shamrock: 15-12
Razor Ramon/Scott Hall: 15-13
Eddie Guererro: 19-16
Roadie/Jesse James/Road Dogg: 22-18-1
Bret "Hitman" Hart: 34-20-1
British Bulldog: 24-20-2
Blue Blazer/Owen Hart: 28-22
Kurt Angle: 32-24
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: 33-27
The Rock: 35-30-2
Undertaker: 62-32-2
Triple H: 44-37-2
Ludwig Borga: 1-1
Corporal Kirchner: 1-1
Debra: 1-1
Dory Funk Jr: 1-1
Zach Gowan: 1-1
Billy Jack Haynes: 1-1
Jamal: 1-1
Kanyon: 1-1
Rodney Mack: 1-1
Velvet McIntyre: 1-1
Moondog Spot: 1-1
Mosaic: 1-1
Nailz: 1-1
Chris Nowinski: 1-1
Sean O'Haire: 1-1
Sapphire: 1-1
Big John Studd: 1-1
Arn Anderson: 2-2
Danny Basham: 2-2
Doug Basham: 2-2
Alundra Blayze: 2-2
Bobby Heenan: 2-2
Diamond Dallas Page: 2-2
Miguel Perez: 2-2
Red Rooster: 2-2
Rico: 2-2
Rosey: 2-2
Dusty Rhodes: 3-3
Skip: 3-3
Bushwhacker Butch: 4-4
Bushwhacker Luke: 4-4
Taka Michinoku: 4-4
Paul Roma: 4-4
Victoria: 4-4
Virgil: 4-4
Lex Luger: 4-4-1
The Warlord: 5-5
Demolition Smash/Repo Man: 7-7
Steve Blackman: 8-8
Chyna: 9-9
Big Boss Man: 15-15
Billy Gunn/Rockabilly/Billy: 27-27-1
Chris Jericho: 28-28
Bob Backlund: 1-2
Justin Credible: 1-2
"Dangerous" Danny Davis: 1-2
Dean Douglas: 1-2
"Rugged" Ronnie Garvin: 1-2
Hakushi: 1-2
Barry Horowitz/Red Knight: 1-2
Maven: 1-2
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley: 1-2
The Patriot: 1-2
Terri Runnels: 1-2
Sato: 1-2
Sensational Sherri: 1-2
Shawn Stasiak: 1-2
Teiho: 1-2
Togo: 1-2
Beau Beverly: 2-3
Blake Beverly: 2-3
Chainz/DiBiase's Undertaker: 2-3
Funaki: 2-3
The Iron Sheik/Col. Mustafa: 2-3
Pierre: 1-3
Barry Windham/The Stalker: 1-3
Sylvain Grenier: 3-4
One Man Gang/Akeem: 3-4
Chuck Palumbo/Chuck: 3-4
Sgt. Slaughter: 3-4
Tori: 2-4
Adrian Adonis: 1-4
Matt Borne/Doink: 1-4
Darren Drozdov/Droz: 1-4
Tanaka: 1-4
The Barbarian/Sione: 4-5
Chavo Guerrero Jr: 4-5
Ray Rougeau: 4-5-1
Gangrel: 3-5
Billy Kidman: 3-5
Scorpio/Flash Funk: 3-5
Samu: 2-5
Luna Vachon: 2-5
Bad News Brown: 1-5
Paul Orndorff: 1-5
Raven: 1-5
Dino Bravo: 4-6
Dean Malenko: 4-6
Vince McMahon: 4-6
Rhyno: 4-6
Nikolai Volkoff: 4-6
Eli Blu/8 Ball: 3-6
Jacob Blu/Skull: 3-6
Rene Dupree: 3-6
Hurricane Helms/The Hurricane: 2-6
Haku: 4-7
Andre the Giant: 3-7
Honky Tonk Man: 2-7
Don Muraco: 1-7
Koko B. Ware: 1-7
Crash Holly: 7-8
Mr. Perfect: 6-8
Perry Saturn: 5-8
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper: 4-8
Lance Storm: 3-8
Bart Gunn: 8-9
Marc Mero: 8-9
Mark Henry: 7-9
Shane McMahon: 7-9
Psycho Sid: 6-9
Molly Holly/Mighty Molly: 5-9
Rick Martel: 5-9
Kama/Godfather/Goodfather: 9-10
Jerry "The King" Lawler: 5-10
Mike Rotunda/I.R.S: 5-10
Lita: 4-10
Tajiri: 4-10
Rey Mysterio: 3-10
Jake "The Snake" Roberts: 9-11-1
Jacques Rougeau/The Mountie: 8-11-1
Bam Bam Bigelow: 7-11
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine/Blue Knight: 5-11
Jacqueline: 1-11
Stephen Regal/William Regal: 10-12
Mabel/Viscera: 7-12
Tito Santana: 7-12
Marty Jannety: 6-12
Henry Godwinn/Mark Canterbury: 5-12
"Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase: 9-13
Yokozuna: 9-13
Diesel/Kevin Nash: 8-13-1
Hercules: 4-13
D-Lo Brown: 9-14
Vader: 7-14
Prince Albert/Albert/A-Train: 4-14
Rob Van Dam: 14-15
Trish Stratus: 11-15
Phineas Godwinn/Dennis Knight/Mideon: 5-15
Crush/Brian Adams: 4-15
Fatu/Sultan/Rikishi: 14-16
Booker T: 10-17
Al Snow/Leif Cassidy: 8-17
Bob Holly/Hardcore Holly: 9-18
Test: 7-18
Jeff Jarrett: 10-19
Chris Benoit: 19-22
Bradshaw/John Bradshaw Layfield: 16-22
Faarooq/Ron Simmons: 15-23
Jeff Hardy: 14-23
Matt Hardy: 12-23
Mankind/Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mick Foley: 17-26-1
Big Show: 15-26
Dustin Rhodes/Goldust/Dustin Runnels: 13-26
Edge/Conquistador: 26-27
Christian/Conquistador: 25-27
Shawn Michaels: 27-28-3
X-Pac/1-2-3 Kid: 22-28
Bubba Ray Dudley: 20-28
D-Von Dudley: 18-28
Kane/Isaac Yankem/Fake Diesel: 29-32-1
Joey Abs: 0-1
General Adnan: 0-1
Aguila: 0-1
Akio: 0-1
Captain Lou Albano: 0-1
Chapparita Asari: 0-1
Mike Awesome: 0-1
BB: 0-1
Bastion Booger: 0-1
Battalion: 0-1
Berzerker: 0-1
Blackjack Mulligan: 0-1
Blue Meanie: 0-1
Scott Casey: 0-1
Donna Christianello: 0-1
Conquistador Dos: 0-1
Conquistador Uno: 0-1
James Cornette: 0-1
Duke "The Dumpster" Droese: 0-1
Paul Ellering: 0-1
Jerry Estrada: 0-1
Jimmy Jack Funk: 0-1
Mr. Fuji: 0-1
Tony Garea: 0-1
Pete Gas: 0-1
Jeff Gaylord/Black Knight: 0-1
The Genius: 0-1
Executioner/Terry Gordy: 0-1
Fuerza Guerrera: 0-1
Sakie Hasegawa: 0-1
Michael Hayes: 0-1
Heavy Metal: 0-1
Kyoko Inoue: 0-1
Miss Jackie: 0-1
Nathan Jones: 0-1
SD Jones: 0-1
Buddy Landell: 0-1
Little Tokyo: 0-1
Teddy Long: 0-1
Lord Littlebrooke: 0-1
Dawn Marie (non ECW): 0-1
Waylon Mercy: 0-1
Shannon Moore: 0-1
Pedro Morales: 0-1
Matt Morgan: 0-1
Bull Nakano: 0-1
Nidia: 0-1
Nunzio: 0-1
Pantera: 0-1
Nick Patrick: 0-1
Pink: 0-1
Ivan Putski: 0-1
Scott Putski: 0-1
Essa Rios: 0-1
Rodney: 0-1
The Executioner/Buddy Rose: 0-1
Jim Ross: 0-1
David Sammartino: 0-1
Dan Severn: 0-1
Shaniqua: 0-1
"Iron" Mike Sharpe: 0-1
Spanky/Brian Kendrick: 0-1
George "The Animal" Steele: 0-1
Tyson Tomko: 0-1
Ultimo Dragon: 0-1
Uncle Elmer: 0-1
George Wells: 0-1
Wink: 0-1
"Outlaw" Ron Bass: 0-2
Eric Bischoff: 0-2
Garrison Cade: 0-2
Dink: 0-2
El Torito: 0-2
Fake Razor Ramon: 0-2
Giant Gonzales: 0-2
Robert Gibson: 0-2
Duane Gill/Gillberg: 0-2
Mark Jindrak: 0-2
Kamala: 0-2
Kato: 0-2
Gail Kim: 0-2
K-Kwik: 0-2
Ricky Morton: 0-2
"Cowboy" Bob Orton: 0-2
Tarantula: 0-2
Zeus: 0-2
Judy Martin: 0-3
Ken Patera: 0-3
Skinner: 0-3
Leilani Kai: 0-4
Dawn Marie (ECW): 0-4
Adam Bomb/Bryan Clark: 0-5
Rob Conway: 0-5
Stacy Keibler: 0-5
Boris Zhukov: 0-5
"Superfly" Jimmy Snuka: 0-6
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PPV: 2004 Vengeance
Date: 7/11/04
Location: Hartford Civic Center (Hartford, CT)


Raw tries to rebound and get a win over SD here.

Tajiri/Rhyno vs Jonathan Coachman/Garrison Cade
Tajiri recently misted Coach in a game of musical chairs that Eugene put together as he was GM for the night to set this up. Cade slaps Rhyno. Rhyno is not pleased with this and destroys Cade before tagging Tajiri. The heels work keep Tajiri from his corner as he takes his licks from them. Tajiri rebounds with some of his kicks and gets Rhyno in. Rhyno cleans house and Tajiri comes back with a backhand spring elbow. Cade takes the the mist and a Gore. Coach then turns into a roundhouse kick from Tajiri to finish things off. Nothing all that great here, although Coach didn't look awful out there.

We go to the back where we see Evolution. Everyone is wondering why HHH is being super nice to Eugene. HHH has this huge plan in place, but Eugene seems to be missing, which is not good, from how they are acting. HHH sneaks around and hears Eugene talking with Chris Benoit. Benoit tells HHH that he is not a good person.

Chris Jericho vs Batista
Batista cost Jericho the IC title and Jericho is pissed about it, so here we are. Batista overpowers Jericho to start. Jerichois able to avoid a charge and Batista goes to the floor. Jericho hits a springboard dropkick. Jericho begins to work over the quad now. Batista hits Jericho with a sideslam. Batista then goes to work over Jericho's back with some bland offense. Jericho hits a flying forearm. Batistacomes back with a spinebuster. Jericho gets a sunset flip in for a nearfall. Lionsault fails as Batista gets the knees up and Jericho looks to have hurt his knee in the process. Jericho hits an enzuigiri though. Batista is able to catch Jericho with the Batista Bomb to end the match. Jericho had his foot on the rope, but the ref failed to see this. Kind of slow here, Batista was still trying to figure things out at this point.

To the back where HHH tells Eugene that Benoit is probably feeding him a bunch of lies. He then makes Ric Flair grab one of his robes for Eugene to wear to make him feel wanted in the group. Flair is not impressed.

La Resistance (c) vs Ric Flair/Eugene for the World Tag Team Titles
Eugene is acting as if he is Flair while wrestling. Eugene dominates Conway doing every Flair move in the book. Grenier comes in and Eugene pleads for him to not come after him before poking him in the eye. He tries the figure four bbut gets shoved into the post. Flair comes in to show Eugene how to do it, but he ends up in the champs' corner and takes a beating. He tries get to his corner but Conway pulls Eugene off the apron. The champs hit Au Revoir. Little do they know, Eugene is now pissed off. He starts destroying the champs in a fit of rage, knocking the ref down in the process, which leads to the DQ. The champs try to fight back but take a Stunner and Rock Bottom. Eugene apologizes to Flair for what he did. Not awful, not great. I was entertained with it.

We get a recap leading up to the Kane/Matt Hardy match. Kane has supposedly impregnated Lita.

Matt Hardy vs Kane in a No DQ Match
Matt gets right to the point and takes Kane to the announce table, but Kane tosses him into the barricade. Kane proceeds to overpower Matt. Matt grabs a chair but gets booted by Kane. In ring, Matt gets out of the Tombstone and hits the Twist of Fate that gets a nearfall. Kane hits a Chokeslam and tosses the steps in. Lita runs in and tries to plead with Kane to not do any more harm to Matt. Kane isn't about to listen to her. He grabs the steps but turns into a chair shot from Matt. The steps fall on Kane and Matt is able to pick up the win, because the steps are way too heavy for Kane to get from under of. This was quite terrible.

We go to the back where Matt tells Lita that she needs to stay away so he can thinks things over, since the baby she is having is not his. Should have stayed around Matt, just saying.....

Randy Orton (c) vs Edge for the Intercontinental Title
Some headlocks are exchanged to start things off, getting a feel for each other. Orton hits some blows to the chest. Edge rallies with a flying forearm. Orton heads to the floor and grabs the title. Edge hits a sliding dropkick to keep Orton around. Edge then hits a missile dropkick to get a nearfall. Edge goes for a Spear but Orton punts him in the head. Orton goes to a chinlock. Edge elbows out and hits a dropkick. Orton sets Edge up on the top for a superplex but Edge shoves him down. Orton unties one of the turnbuckles. Orton is able to drop Edge on the exposed buckle but he only gets a nearfall as he tried to use the ropes for leaverage. He tries the RKO but Edge shoves him to the corner. Orton is able to jump over a Spear and Edge rams into the middle buckle. Orton goes for another RKO but Edge avoids it and shoves Orton into the exposed buckle. Edge follows it up with a Spear to become the new champ. Slow to start, but this ends up being a great match here.

Victoria vs Molly Holly in a #1 Contenders Match for the Women's Title
Victoria hits a superkick on Molly about 6 minutes in to get the win. This was quite boring. Molly worked the arm pretty much the whole time and Victoria nearly killed herself with a pescado. Not great here, much like a lot of Women's matches at this time.

We get a recap of HHH brainwashing Eugene to get him to turn on Chris Benoit. Eugene recently helped HHH out by attacking Benoit when he had HHH in a sharpshooter. HHH's whole plan to get the title back is to use Eugene to his advantage in doing so.

Main Event: Chris Benoit (c) vs Triple H for the World Heavyweight Title
Benoit tries for the Crossface right off the bat to no avail. HHH hits a knee to send Benoit to the floor. He rams Benoitís back into the apron. Benoit comes back with some chops. The rolling Germans come next after HHH misses on a punch. HHH is then clotheslined over the top. Benoit tosses him into the steps. Back in the ring and Benoit misses with the Headbutt. HHH is able to hit a front suplex. He puts Benoit in the surfboard. Benoit gets put in the ab stretch but he hiptosses out. HHH is able to block a sharpshooter. HHH goes for a Pedigree but Benoit counters and gets the sharpshooter in. HHH gets to the ropes but Benoit follows up with some more Germans. HHH is able to roll out of the way of the Headbutt once more. HHH goes for a clotheslines but misses and takes the ref out. DDT to Benoit comes next and here comes Eugene. Benoit is able to get the Crossface in and Eugene has no clue what to do, should he help HHH or not? Benoit tells Eugene to get the ref but Eugene just stands there looking confused. Benoit decides to knock Eugene off the apron to protect him and the title. HHH hits the Pedigree but the ref is slow to make the count and Benoit is able to kick out. Eugene gives HHH a chair, really for no reason because Eugene is trying to get him to not use it. HHH now knocks Eugene off the apron and Benoit is able to smash the chair in HHH's face. Benoit grabs the chair and drills Flair and Batista, who made their way down to the ring. HHH hits a low blow and grabs the chair, But Benoit goes low too and both are down. Eugene grabs the chair and looks to hit both guys. He ends up not hitting anyone and Benoit grabs the chair from him. They fight over the chair and Eugene accidently drills HHH with it. Benoit then rolls HHH up to retain the title. Everything was good until the end, which I thought was trash. But, whatever....

Grade: D
I really only got into the IC title and WHC title match on this card. Two pretty solid matches there, minus the ending of the ME. Everything else was not all that great, although I was entertained with the tag title match. Not enough to raise this grade though.


Running Tally of Wrestler W/L Record (I know, silly, but, whatever, just for fun, excluding battle royals and royal rumbles):
Rick Steiner: 5-0
"Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich: 5-0
Fabulous Moolah: 4-0
Max Mini: 3-0
Mo: 3-0
Tiger Ali Singh: 3-0
Nicole Bass: 2-0
Butterbean: 2-0
Bertha Faye: 2-0
Hillbilly Jim: 2-0
Mordecai: 2-0
Mr. T: 2-0
Nova: 2-0
Rockin' Robin: 2-0
Noriyo Tateno: 2-0
Itsuki Yamazaki: 2-0
Perro Aguayo: 1-0
Ted Arcidi: 1-0
Lioness Asuka: 1-0
Cheesy: 1-0
El Canek: 1-0
Hector Garza: 1-0
The Great Sasuke: 1-0
Haiti Kid: 1-0
Bruce Hart: 1-0
Keith Hart: 1-0
Earl Hebner: 1-0
Paul Heyman: 1-0
Sam Houston: 1-0
Jackyl: 1-0
Koji Kitao: 1-0
Aja Kong: 1-0
Little Beaver: 1-0
Jose Lothario: 1-0
Hugh Morrus: 1-0
Queasy: 1-0
Rad Radford: 1-0
Luther Reigns: 1-0
Wendi Richter: 1-0
Giant Silva: 1-0
Dick Slater: 1-0
Sleezy: 1-0
Sniper: 1-0
Johnny Stamboli: 1-0
Kenzo Suzuki: 1-0
Lawrence Taylor: 1-0
Genichiro Tenryu: 1-0
Tomoko Watanabe: 1-0
Mae Young: 1-0
Tom Zenk: 1-0
Tugboat/Typhoon: 6-1
Stevie Richards: 5-1
Batista: 4-1
"Jumpin" Jim Brunzell: 3-1
Doug Furnas: 3-1
Phil LaFon: 3-1
B. Brian Blair: 2-1
Tully Blanchard: 2-1
Jesus Castillo: 2-1
Jimmy Del Rey: 2-1
Jose Estrada Jr: 2-1
Miss Kitty/The Kat: 2-1
Kurrgan/Interrogator: 2-1
Brian Pillman: 2-1
Jim Powers: 2-1
"The Natural" Butch Reed: 2-1
Tama: 2-1
Ultimate Warrior: 15-2
Sable: 9-2
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat: 8-2
Torrie Wilson: 7-2
Randy Orton: 6-2
Goldberg: 5-2
Terry Funk/Chainsaw Charlie: 3-2
Brian Knobs: 3-2
Harley Race: 3-2
Joey Sags: 3-2
Thrasher: 9-3
Tatanka: 7-3-1
Jamie Noble: 6-3
"Ravishing" Rick Rude: 6-3-1
Junkyard Dog: 5-3
Tom Pritchard/Zip: 5-3
Dynamite Kid: 5-3-1
King Kong Bundy: 4-3
Earthquake/Golga: 10-4
Mosh/Chaz: 9-4
Scott Steiner: 9-4
Tazz: 7-4
Demolition Ax: 6-4
Shelton Benjamin: 5-4
Charlie Haas: 5-4
Jazz: 5-4
Victoria: 5-4
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan: 9-5
Ahmed Johnson: 8-5
Brian Christopher/Grandmaster Sexay: 7-5
Spike Dudley: 7-5
Bull Buchanan/Recon: 6-5
John Cena: 6-5
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart: 11-6
Scott Taylor/Scotty 2 Hotty: 10-6
Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake: 7-6
Ivory: 7-6
"Macho Man" Randy Savage: 18-7
Brock Lesnar: 14-8-1
Hawk: 12-8-1
Val Venis: 13-9
Animal: 12-9-1
Savio Vega: 11-9
Hulk Hogan/Mr. America: 21-11
Ken Shamrock: 15-12
Razor Ramon/Scott Hall: 15-13
Eddie Guererro: 19-16
Roadie/Jesse James/Road Dogg: 22-18-1
Bret "Hitman" Hart: 34-20-1
British Bulldog: 24-20-2
Blue Blazer/Owen Hart: 28-22
Kurt Angle: 32-24
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: 33-27
The Rock: 35-30-2
Undertaker: 62-32-2
Triple H: 44-38-2
Ludwig Borga: 1-1
Corporal Kirchner: 1-1
Debra: 1-1
Eugene: 1-1
Dory Funk Jr: 1-1
Zach Gowan: 1-1
Billy Jack Haynes: 1-1
Jamal: 1-1
Kanyon: 1-1
Rodney Mack: 1-1
Velvet McIntyre: 1-1
Moondog Spot: 1-1
Mosaic: 1-1
Nailz: 1-1
Chris Nowinski: 1-1
Sean O'Haire: 1-1
Sapphire: 1-1
Big John Studd: 1-1
Arn Anderson: 2-2
Danny Basham: 2-2
Doug Basham: 2-2
Alundra Blayze: 2-2
Jonathan Coachman: 2-2
Bobby Heenan: 2-2
Diamond Dallas Page: 2-2
Miguel Perez: 2-2
Red Rooster: 2-2
Rico: 2-2
Rosey: 2-2
Dusty Rhodes: 3-3
Skip: 3-3
Bushwhacker Butch: 4-4
Bushwhacker Luke: 4-4
Sylvain Grenier: 4-4
Taka Michinoku: 4-4
Paul Roma: 4-4
Virgil: 4-4
Lex Luger: 4-4-1
The Warlord: 5-5
Demolition Smash/Repo Man: 7-7
Steve Blackman: 8-8
Ric Flair: 8-8
Chyna: 9-9
Big Boss Man: 15-15
Edge/Conquistador: 27-27
Billy Gunn/Rockabilly/Billy: 27-27-1
Bob Backlund: 1-2
Justin Credible: 1-2
"Dangerous" Danny Davis: 1-2
Dean Douglas: 1-2
"Rugged" Ronnie Garvin: 1-2
Hakushi: 1-2
Barry Horowitz/Red Knight: 1-2
Maven: 1-2
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley: 1-2
The Patriot: 1-2
Terri Runnels: 1-2
Sato: 1-2
Sensational Sherri: 1-2
Shawn Stasiak: 1-2
Teiho: 1-2
Togo: 1-2
Beau Beverly: 2-3
Blake Beverly: 2-3
Chainz/DiBiase's Undertaker: 2-3
Funaki: 2-3
The Iron Sheik/Col. Mustafa: 2-3
Pierre: 1-3
Barry Windham/The Stalker: 1-3
One Man Gang/Akeem: 3-4
Chuck Palumbo/Chuck: 3-4
Sgt. Slaughter: 3-4
Tori: 2-4
Adrian Adonis: 1-4
Matt Borne/Doink: 1-4
Darren Drozdov/Droz: 1-4
Tanaka: 1-4
The Barbarian/Sione: 4-5
Chavo Guerrero Jr: 4-5
Ray Rougeau: 4-5-1
Gangrel: 3-5
Billy Kidman: 3-5
Scorpio/Flash Funk: 3-5
Samu: 2-5
Luna Vachon: 2-5
Bad News Brown: 1-5
Rob Conway: 1-5
Paul Orndorff: 1-5
Raven: 1-5
Rhyno: 5-6
Dino Bravo: 4-6
Dean Malenko: 4-6
Vince McMahon: 4-6
Nikolai Volkoff: 4-6
Eli Blu/8 Ball: 3-6
Jacob Blu/Skull: 3-6
Rene Dupree: 3-6
Hurricane Helms/The Hurricane: 2-6
Haku: 4-7
Andre the Giant: 3-7
Honky Tonk Man: 2-7
Don Muraco: 1-7
Koko B. Ware: 1-7
Crash Holly: 7-8
Mr. Perfect: 6-8
Perry Saturn: 5-8
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper: 4-8
Lance Storm: 3-8
Bart Gunn: 8-9
Marc Mero: 8-9
Mark Henry: 7-9
Shane McMahon: 7-9
Psycho Sid: 6-9
Rick Martel: 5-9
Kama/Godfather/Goodfather: 9-10
Molly Holly/Mighty Molly: 5-10
Jerry "The King" Lawler: 5-10
Mike Rotunda/I.R.S: 5-10
Tajiri: 5-10
Lita: 4-10
Rey Mysterio: 3-10
Jake "The Snake" Roberts: 9-11-1
Jacques Rougeau/The Mountie: 8-11-1
Bam Bam Bigelow: 7-11
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine/Blue Knight: 5-11
Jacqueline: 1-11
Stephen Regal/William Regal: 10-12
Mabel/Viscera: 7-12
Tito Santana: 7-12
Marty Jannety: 6-12
Henry Godwinn/Mark Canterbury: 5-12
"Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase: 9-13
Yokozuna: 9-13
Diesel/Kevin Nash: 8-13-1
Hercules: 4-13
D-Lo Brown: 9-14
Vader: 7-14
Prince Albert/Albert/A-Train: 4-14
Rob Van Dam: 14-15
Trish Stratus: 11-15
Phineas Godwinn/Dennis Knight/Mideon: 5-15
Crush/Brian Adams: 4-15
Fatu/Sultan/Rikishi: 14-16
Booker T: 10-17
Al Snow/Leif Cassidy: 8-17
Bob Holly/Hardcore Holly: 9-18
Test: 7-18
Jeff Jarrett: 10-19
Chris Benoit: 20-22
Bradshaw/John Bradshaw Layfield: 16-22
Faarooq/Ron Simmons: 15-23
Jeff Hardy: 14-23
Matt Hardy: 13-23
Mankind/Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mick Foley: 17-26-1
Big Show: 15-26
Dustin Rhodes/Goldust/Dustin Runnels: 13-26
Christian/Conquistador: 25-27
Shawn Michaels: 27-28-3
X-Pac/1-2-3 Kid: 22-28
Bubba Ray Dudley: 20-28
D-Von Dudley: 18-28
Chris Jericho: 28-29
Kane/Isaac Yankem/Fake Diesel: 29-33-1
Joey Abs: 0-1
General Adnan: 0-1
Aguila: 0-1
Akio: 0-1
Captain Lou Albano: 0-1
Chapparita Asari: 0-1
Mike Awesome: 0-1
BB: 0-1
Bastion Booger: 0-1
Battalion: 0-1
Berzerker: 0-1
Blackjack Mulligan: 0-1
Blue Meanie: 0-1
Scott Casey: 0-1
Donna Christianello: 0-1
Conquistador Dos: 0-1
Conquistador Uno: 0-1
James Cornette: 0-1
Duke "The Dumpster" Droese: 0-1
Paul Ellering: 0-1
Jerry Estrada: 0-1
Jimmy Jack Funk: 0-1
Mr. Fuji: 0-1
Tony Garea: 0-1
Pete Gas: 0-1
Jeff Gaylord/Black Knight: 0-1
The Genius: 0-1
Executioner/Terry Gordy: 0-1
Fuerza Guerrera: 0-1
Sakie Hasegawa: 0-1
Michael Hayes: 0-1
Heavy Metal: 0-1
Kyoko Inoue: 0-1
Miss Jackie: 0-1
Nathan Jones: 0-1
SD Jones: 0-1
Buddy Landell: 0-1
Little Tokyo: 0-1
Teddy Long: 0-1
Lord Littlebrooke: 0-1
Dawn Marie (non ECW): 0-1
Waylon Mercy: 0-1
Shannon Moore: 0-1
Pedro Morales: 0-1
Matt Morgan: 0-1
Bull Nakano: 0-1
Nidia: 0-1
Nunzio: 0-1
Pantera: 0-1
Nick Patrick: 0-1
Pink: 0-1
Ivan Putski: 0-1
Scott Putski: 0-1
Essa Rios: 0-1
Rodney: 0-1
The Executioner/Buddy Rose: 0-1
Jim Ross: 0-1
David Sammartino: 0-1
Dan Severn: 0-1
Shaniqua: 0-1
"Iron" Mike Sharpe: 0-1
Spanky/Brian Kendrick: 0-1
George "The Animal" Steele: 0-1
Tyson Tomko: 0-1
Ultimo Dragon: 0-1
Uncle Elmer: 0-1
George Wells: 0-1
Wink: 0-1
"Outlaw" Ron Bass: 0-2
Eric Bischoff: 0-2
Dink: 0-2
El Torito: 0-2
Fake Razor Ramon: 0-2
Giant Gonzales: 0-2
Robert Gibson: 0-2
Duane Gill/Gillberg: 0-2
Mark Jindrak: 0-2
Kamala: 0-2
Kato: 0-2
Gail Kim: 0-2
K-Kwik: 0-2
Ricky Morton: 0-2
"Cowboy" Bob Orton: 0-2
Tarantula: 0-2
Zeus: 0-2
Garrison Cade: 0-3
Judy Martin: 0-3
Ken Patera: 0-3
Skinner: 0-3
Leilani Kai: 0-4
Dawn Marie (ECW): 0-4
Adam Bomb/Bryan Clark: 0-5
Stacy Keibler: 0-5
Boris Zhukov: 0-5
"Superfly" Jimmy Snuka: 0-6
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PPV: 2004 Summerslam
Date: 8/15/04
Location: Air Canada Centre (Toronto)


Both brands represented here in the biggest event of the summer.

The Dudley Boyz vs Rey Mysterio/Billy Kidman/Paul London in a 6 Man Tag Match
Spike is the current cruiserweight champ here and Kidman and London are the current tag champs on SD. D-Von goes to work on Kidman before eating a dropkick. London and Kidman double up on D-Von. London hits a dropkick. Bubba gets a chap shot in to help the heels get the upperhand. Spike comes in and hits a flying stomp and pounds London down. Bubba comes in and hits a suplex and drops a couple elbows. D-Von comes in and hits a powerslam. London is able to fight himself back in the match and gets Rey in. Spike is hit with a flapjack and legdrop that gets a nearfall. Rey hits a hurancarana from the top rope. Bubba and D-Von try to get involved but Rey fights them off before bringing Kidman in to get some offense for himself. Chaos all over the place as London hits Bubba with a somersault tope Kidman and Rey double up on Spike that leads to the 619. Kidman hits the Shooting Star Press but D-Von breaks up the count. Soon thereafter, Kidman is hit with the 3D and takes the loss for the faces. Not too bad, but the ending seemed to be real rushed. I felt they could have done more here.

Matt Hardy vs Kane in a Till Death Do Us Part Match
Winner gets to marry Lita. Lita is pregnant, the kick here is that it is not Matt's baby, it is Kane's. That evil red monster!!! Matt hits a corner clothesline. He follows with a boot and the Side Effect for a nearfall. Guillotine legdrop connects for another nearfall. He hits a tornado DDT to get another nearfall. Kane rallies and slugs Matt down. Kane hits a clothesline and goes to some choking. Kane with a corner clothesline and more choking of Matt. Kane charges butt Matt moves and Kane crashes to the floor. Matt hits a pescado and a Twist of Fate, too bad this is not a falls count anywhere match, right? Back in and here is Lita handing Matt the ring bell. Matt drills Kane with it but only gets a two count. Matt heads to the top but gets caught, getting booted by Kane. Kane heads up and Matt tries hit a DDT but Kane turns it into a Chokeslam to get the win. This was somewhat boring to be quite honest. Didn't have a PPV feel to it.

Booker T (c) vs John Cena in a Best of 5 Series for the US Title, Match 1
Cena punches away and hits a clothesline to get a quick nearfall. Booker starts hitting some chops but Cena hits him with the Throwback for a nearfall. Booker rebounds as he crotches Cena on the top and dumps him to the floor.Booker hits a side kick. He follows that with a kneedrop and leg lariat. Booker then locks in a chinlock. Cena fights out but Booker hits a spinebuster to put him back down then locks the chinlock back in. Cena gets a cradle in but Booker clotheslines him down. Bokker is unable to hit the ae kick. Cena starts getting his offense in that we are so used to seeing but that gets put to a stop with a flapjack from Booker. However, Cena hits the F-U from out of the blue to get the win. Quick and crappy right here.

Edge (c) vs Chris Jericho vs Batista in a Triple Threat Match for the Intercontinental Title
Batista jumps Edge as he makes his way to the ring. Jericho stomps on Batista in the corner but Batista uses his strength to over power Jericho. Jericho is hit with a powerslam and powerbomb. Edge breaks it up the pin. Edge comes off the second rope but is hit from a boot by Batista. Jericho and Edge end up dumping Batista to the floor. Jericho and Edge slug it out but Edge gets a knee to the gut to take over. The crowd is booing Edge as well during this match. Jericho tries the Walls but Edge counters and gets a nearfall. Edge rolls through a crossbody from Jericho to get another nearfall. Jericho is finally able to lock in the Walls but Batista comes in to break it up. Batista gets rid of Jericho but gets hit with a DDT from Edge. Edge goes for the Spear but Jericho saves Batista and eats a spinebbuster for his troubles. Batista tries to get a spinebuster on Edge but gets rolled up for a nearfall. Batista gets dumped to the floor and Jericho rolls up Edge for a nearfall. Jericho hits a bulldog and dropkicks Batista off the apron. Jericho turns around and gets hit with a Spear from Edge as Edge retains the title. Another short match here. Could have been good but it really was not all that great. Weird to hear Edge getting the booed the whole time in Toronto as well.

Kurt Angle w/Luther Reigns vs Eddie Guerrero
Angle screwed Eddie out of retaining the title against JBL at the last SD PPV and has been on his case ever since, which brings us to this match. Some back and forth mat action to start things off. Angle hits a German but Eddie reverses him into an ankle lock. Angle gets to the ropes and is able to hit the Angle Slam. Angle gets the Angle Lock in but Eddie gets to the ropes. Reigns boots Eddie to help Angle out. They slug it out and Angle gets Eddie down and works the ankle again. Eddie counters to an armlock. Angle fights out and gets Eddie down and unties the boot that covers the ankle he has been working over. He gets a chinlock in but Eddie hits a jawbreaker and a slam. They slug it out before Eddie is able to get the Three Amigos. He heads to the top but gets caught with a pop up superplex from angle. The Angle Slam is countered with a DDT by Eddie. He heads up again but misses with the Frog Splash. Angle is able to hit the Angle Slam for a nearfall. Angle pulls off Eddie's boot and puts him back in the Angle Lock but the ref gets taken out in the process. Eddie is able to get out and he grabs his boot and drills Angle with it. Eddie hits the Frog Splash but it only gets two. Angle is able to get the Angle Lock in again, this time grapevining it and Eddie has to tap out. I would say this has been the best match so far, but that is not saying much right now.

Triple H vs Eugene
Eugene was brought into Evolution to help HHH win the title, but that ended up failing. HHH is pissed and now gets to take it out on Eugene. HHH slugs Eugene to the corner only to eat an elbow. Eugene hits a backdrop. HHH uses Lillian to make a distraction and this allows him to take over in the match. He gets the Spanish table ready for something but Eugene suplexes him. HHH fakes a knee injury and Eugene is concerned now but HHH gets back up and goes to work on Eugene. Backbreaker is hit but Eugene makes a comeback. Eugene stomps away in the corner and hits the Rock Bottom. He goes for a People's Elbow but HHH gets up and nails a spinebuster. He chokes him and tosses him into the steps. They slug it out in the ring and HHH gets the sleeper in. Eugene fights out and is able to backdrop out of a Pedigree. Eugene is hulking up and he hits a Stunner. They continue brawl and suddenly Ric Flair makes his way to the ring. Eugene hits the Big Boot and Legdrop combo but it only gets two. HHH tries another Pedigree but gets catapulted and Eugene hits his own Pedigree. It only gets a two but Eugene thinks he has won. He turns right into a Pedigree from HHH as HHH gets the win. Not all that great.

We then get the pleasure of watching a Diva dodgeball game. It is current Divas vs Diva search competitors. A bunch of garbage here.

John Bradshaw Layfield w/Orlando Jordan (c) vs Undertaker for the WWE Title
They brawl outside to start before heading in the ring. JBL hits a sideslam and shoulderblock to get a nearfall. Taker comes back and hits Old School. Jordan tries to get involved but Taker gets rid of him but JBL uses the distraction to clip Taker from behind. JBL goes to work on the injured leg now. Taker rallies back and they fight out it on the outside. Taker hits the legdrop from the apron. JBL comes back with a necksnap and heads to the top. Taker catches him though and hits a superplex for a nearfall. JBL blocks a powerbomb and goes back to work on the leg. Taker is able to fight out and hits a spinebuster. They slug it out and Taker hits a flying clothesline and corner clothesline. He hits Snake Eyes and another clothesline that gets a nearfall.Taker hit a Chokeslam but JBL is able to kick out. Taker goes after Jordan and this allows JBL to drill Taker with a clothesline. They slug it out in the corner as the ref gets taken out. They double boot each other. Jordan grabs the title and tosses it to JBL and JBL crushes Taker with it. JBL with a clothesline but Taker is able to hit a powerbomb and gets a nearfall as the ref was slow to recover. Taker ends up drilling JBL with the title and that gets the DQ call. They fight it out on the outside and Taker slams JBL on the hood of his limo. Taker the chokeslams JBL through the roof of the limo, leaving JBL a bloody mess. This sucked!!

Main Event: Chris Benoit (c) vs Randy Orton for the World Heavyweight Title
They trade a couple of locks to start. Benoit uses the wristlock to control the early goings here. Benoit with a lot of work on the arm. Orton is able to get the sharpshooter in. Benoit powers out and gets the Crossface in. Orton is able to toss Benoit into the post. Orton now works over the arm. Benoit gets some chops in but Orton suplexes him. They slug it out on the apron and Benoit hits a DDT there. Orton goes to the floor so Benoit baseball slides him into the railing. he goes for a tope and misses, going right into the railing. Orton hits a neckbreaker for a nearfall. They end up colliding into each other after benoit fights out of a chinlock. Benoit hits a headbutt and elbow. He hits a northern lights suplex for a nearfall. they head to to the top where Orton is able to hit a crossbody. RKO is blocked and Benoit hits a German. Benoit gets the sharpshooter in. Orton is able to get to the ropes. Benoit hits the rolling Germans. He heads up and hits the Headbutt, right into the feet of Orton. Benoit is able to lock in the Crossface. Orton rolls out of it and hits the RKO to become the new champ. Benoit shakes Orton's hand. Orton becomes the youngest WHC. And being part of Evolution, I don't think HHH likes that one bit haha!

Grade: F
This whole PPV seemed rushed. There were some undercard matches that could have been quite good, but they were only given 6-8 minutes of time. A lot of ptoential to be a really good show, but they missed out on doing so here.

Running Tally of Wrestler W/L Record (I know, silly, but, whatever, just for fun, excluding battle royals and royal rumbles):
Rick Steiner: 5-0
"Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich: 5-0
Fabulous Moolah: 4-0
Max Mini: 3-0
Mo: 3-0
Tiger Ali Singh: 3-0
Nicole Bass: 2-0
Butterbean: 2-0
Bertha Faye: 2-0
Hillbilly Jim: 2-0
Mordecai: 2-0
Mr. T: 2-0
Nova: 2-0
Rockin' Robin: 2-0
Noriyo Tateno: 2-0
Itsuki Yamazaki: 2-0
Perro Aguayo: 1-0
Ted Arcidi: 1-0
Lioness Asuka: 1-0
Cheesy: 1-0
El Canek: 1-0
Hector Garza: 1-0
The Great Sasuke: 1-0
Haiti Kid: 1-0
Bruce Hart: 1-0
Keith Hart: 1-0
Earl Hebner: 1-0
Paul Heyman: 1-0
Sam Houston: 1-0
Jackyl: 1-0
Koji Kitao: 1-0
Aja Kong: 1-0
Little Beaver: 1-0
Jose Lothario: 1-0
Hugh Morrus: 1-0
Queasy: 1-0
Rad Radford: 1-0
Luther Reigns: 1-0
Wendi Richter: 1-0
Giant Silva: 1-0
Dick Slater: 1-0
Sleezy: 1-0
Sniper: 1-0
Johnny Stamboli: 1-0
Kenzo Suzuki: 1-0
Lawrence Taylor: 1-0
Genichiro Tenryu: 1-0
Tomoko Watanabe: 1-0
Mae Young: 1-0
Tom Zenk: 1-0
Tugboat/Typhoon: 6-1
Stevie Richards: 5-1
"Jumpin" Jim Brunzell: 3-1
Doug Furnas: 3-1
Phil LaFon: 3-1
B. Brian Blair: 2-1
Tully Blanchard: 2-1
Jesus Castillo: 2-1
Jimmy Del Rey: 2-1
Jose Estrada Jr: 2-1
Miss Kitty/The Kat: 2-1
Kurrgan/Interrogator: 2-1
Brian Pillman: 2-1
Jim Powers: 2-1
"The Natural" Butch Reed: 2-1
Tama: 2-1
Ultimate Warrior: 15-2
Sable: 9-2
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat: 8-2
Randy Orton: 7-2
Torrie Wilson: 7-2
Goldberg: 5-2
Batista: 4-2
Terry Funk/Chainsaw Charlie: 3-2
Brian Knobs: 3-2
Harley Race: 3-2
Joey Sags: 3-2
Thrasher: 9-3
Tatanka: 7-3-1
Jamie Noble: 6-3
"Ravishing" Rick Rude: 6-3-1
Junkyard Dog: 5-3
Tom Pritchard/Zip: 5-3
Dynamite Kid: 5-3-1
King Kong Bundy: 4-3
Earthquake/Golga: 10-4
Mosh/Chaz: 9-4
Scott Steiner: 9-4
Tazz: 7-4
Demolition Ax: 6-4
Shelton Benjamin: 5-4
Charlie Haas: 5-4
Jazz: 5-4
Victoria: 5-4
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan: 9-5
Spike Dudley: 8-5
Ahmed Johnson: 8-5
John Cena: 7-5
Brian Christopher/Grandmaster Sexay: 7-5
Bull Buchanan/Recon: 6-5
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart: 11-6
Scott Taylor/Scotty 2 Hotty: 10-6
Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake: 7-6
Ivory: 7-6
"Macho Man" Randy Savage: 18-7
Brock Lesnar: 14-8-1
Hawk: 12-8-1
Val Venis: 13-9
Animal: 12-9-1
Savio Vega: 11-9
Hulk Hogan/Mr. America: 21-11
Ken Shamrock: 15-12
Razor Ramon/Scott Hall: 15-13
Eddie Guererro: 19-17
Roadie/Jesse James/Road Dogg: 22-18-1
Bret "Hitman" Hart: 34-20-1
British Bulldog: 24-20-2
Blue Blazer/Owen Hart: 28-22
Kurt Angle: 33-24
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: 33-27
Edge/Conquistador: 28-27
The Rock: 35-30-2
Undertaker: 62-33-2
Triple H: 45-38-2
Ludwig Borga: 1-1
Corporal Kirchner: 1-1
Debra: 1-1
Dory Funk Jr: 1-1
Zach Gowan: 1-1
Billy Jack Haynes: 1-1
Jamal: 1-1
Kanyon: 1-1
Rodney Mack: 1-1
Velvet McIntyre: 1-1
Moondog Spot: 1-1
Mosaic: 1-1
Nailz: 1-1
Chris Nowinski: 1-1
Sean O'Haire: 1-1
Sapphire: 1-1
Big John Studd: 1-1
Arn Anderson: 2-2
Danny Basham: 2-2
Doug Basham: 2-2
Alundra Blayze: 2-2
Jonathan Coachman: 2-2
Bobby Heenan: 2-2
Diamond Dallas Page: 2-2
Miguel Perez: 2-2
Red Rooster: 2-2
Rico: 2-2
Rosey: 2-2
Dusty Rhodes: 3-3
Skip: 3-3
Bushwhacker Butch: 4-4
Bushwhacker Luke: 4-4
Sylvain Grenier: 4-4
Taka Michinoku: 4-4
Paul Roma: 4-4
Virgil: 4-4
Lex Luger: 4-4-1
The Warlord: 5-5
Demolition Smash/Repo Man: 7-7
Steve Blackman: 8-8
Ric Flair: 8-8
Chyna: 9-9
Big Boss Man: 15-15
Billy Gunn/Rockabilly/Billy: 27-27-1
Bob Backlund: 1-2
Justin Credible: 1-2
"Dangerous" Danny Davis: 1-2
Dean Douglas: 1-2
Eugene: 1-2
"Rugged" Ronnie Garvin: 1-2
Hakushi: 1-2
Barry Horowitz/Red Knight: 1-2
Maven: 1-2
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley: 1-2
The Patriot: 1-2
Terri Runnels: 1-2
Sato: 1-2
Sensational Sherri: 1-2
Shawn Stasiak: 1-2
Teiho: 1-2
Togo: 1-2
Beau Beverly: 2-3
Blake Beverly: 2-3
Chainz/DiBiase's Undertaker: 2-3
Funaki: 2-3
The Iron Sheik/Col. Mustafa: 2-3
Pierre: 1-3
Barry Windham/The Stalker: 1-3
One Man Gang/Akeem: 3-4
Chuck Palumbo/Chuck: 3-4
Sgt. Slaughter: 3-4
Tori: 2-4
Adrian Adonis: 1-4
Matt Borne/Doink: 1-4
Darren Drozdov/Droz: 1-4
Tanaka: 1-4
The Barbarian/Sione: 4-5
Chavo Guerrero Jr: 4-5
Ray Rougeau: 4-5-1
Gangrel: 3-5
Scorpio/Flash Funk: 3-5
Samu: 2-5
Luna Vachon: 2-5
Bad News Brown: 1-5
Rob Conway: 1-5
Paul Orndorff: 1-5
Raven: 1-5
Rhyno: 5-6
Dino Bravo: 4-6
Dean Malenko: 4-6
Vince McMahon: 4-6
Nikolai Volkoff: 4-6
Eli Blu/8 Ball: 3-6
Jacob Blu/Skull: 3-6
Rene Dupree: 3-6
Billy Kidman: 3-6
Hurricane Helms/The Hurricane: 2-6
Haku: 4-7
Andre the Giant: 3-7
Honky Tonk Man: 2-7
Don Muraco: 1-7
Koko B. Ware: 1-7
Crash Holly: 7-8
Mr. Perfect: 6-8
Perry Saturn: 5-8
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper: 4-8
Lance Storm: 3-8
Bart Gunn: 8-9
Marc Mero: 8-9
Mark Henry: 7-9
Shane McMahon: 7-9
Psycho Sid: 6-9
Rick Martel: 5-9
Kama/Godfather/Goodfather: 9-10
Molly Holly/Mighty Molly: 5-10
Jerry "The King" Lawler: 5-10
Mike Rotunda/I.R.S: 5-10
Tajiri: 5-10
Lita: 4-10
Jake "The Snake" Roberts: 9-11-1
Jacques Rougeau/The Mountie: 8-11-1
Bam Bam Bigelow: 7-11
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine/Blue Knight: 5-11
Rey Mysterio: 3-11
Jacqueline: 1-11
Stephen Regal/William Regal: 10-12
Mabel/Viscera: 7-12
Tito Santana: 7-12
Marty Jannety: 6-12
Henry Godwinn/Mark Canterbury: 5-12
"Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase: 9-13
Yokozuna: 9-13
Diesel/Kevin Nash: 8-13-1
Hercules: 4-13
D-Lo Brown: 9-14
Vader: 7-14
Prince Albert/Albert/A-Train: 4-14
Rob Van Dam: 14-15
Trish Stratus: 11-15
Phineas Godwinn/Dennis Knight/Mideon: 5-15
Crush/Brian Adams: 4-15
Fatu/Sultan/Rikishi: 14-16
Al Snow/Leif Cassidy: 8-17
Booker T: 10-18
Bob Holly/Hardcore Holly: 9-18
Test: 7-18
Jeff Jarrett: 10-19
Bradshaw/John Bradshaw Layfield: 17-22
Chris Benoit: 20-23
Faarooq/Ron Simmons: 15-23
Jeff Hardy: 14-23
Matt Hardy: 13-24
Mankind/Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mick Foley: 17-26-1
Big Show: 15-26
Dustin Rhodes/Goldust/Dustin Runnels: 13-26
Christian/Conquistador: 25-27
Shawn Michaels: 27-28-3
X-Pac/1-2-3 Kid: 22-28
Bubba Ray Dudley: 21-28
D-Von Dudley: 19-28
Chris Jericho: 28-30
Kane/Isaac Yankem/Fake Diesel: 30-33-1
Joey Abs: 0-1
General Adnan: 0-1
Aguila: 0-1
Akio: 0-1
Captain Lou Albano: 0-1
Chapparita Asari: 0-1
Mike Awesome: 0-1
BB: 0-1
Bastion Booger: 0-1
Battalion: 0-1
Berzerker: 0-1
Blackjack Mulligan: 0-1
Blue Meanie: 0-1
Scott Casey: 0-1
Donna Christianello: 0-1
Conquistador Dos: 0-1
Conquistador Uno: 0-1
James Cornette: 0-1
Duke "The Dumpster" Droese: 0-1
Paul Ellering: 0-1
Jerry Estrada: 0-1
Jimmy Jack Funk: 0-1
Mr. Fuji: 0-1
Tony Garea: 0-1
Pete Gas: 0-1
Jeff Gaylord/Black Knight: 0-1
The Genius: 0-1
Executioner/Terry Gordy: 0-1
Fuerza Guerrera: 0-1
Sakie Hasegawa: 0-1
Michael Hayes: 0-1
Heavy Metal: 0-1
Kyoko Inoue: 0-1
Miss Jackie: 0-1
Nathan Jones: 0-1
SD Jones: 0-1
Buddy Landell: 0-1
Little Tokyo: 0-1
Paul London: 0-1
Teddy Long: 0-1
Lord Littlebrooke: 0-1
Dawn Marie (non ECW): 0-1
Waylon Mercy: 0-1
Shannon Moore: 0-1
Pedro Morales: 0-1
Matt Morgan: 0-1
Bull Nakano: 0-1
Nidia: 0-1
Nunzio: 0-1
Pantera: 0-1
Nick Patrick: 0-1
Pink: 0-1
Ivan Putski: 0-1
Scott Putski: 0-1
Essa Rios: 0-1
Rodney: 0-1
The Executioner/Buddy Rose: 0-1
Jim Ross: 0-1
David Sammartino: 0-1
Dan Severn: 0-1
Shaniqua: 0-1
"Iron" Mike Sharpe: 0-1
Spanky/Brian Kendrick: 0-1
George "The Animal" Steele: 0-1
Tyson Tomko: 0-1
Ultimo Dragon: 0-1
Uncle Elmer: 0-1
George Wells: 0-1
Wink: 0-1
"Outlaw" Ron Bass: 0-2
Eric Bischoff: 0-2
Dink: 0-2
El Torito: 0-2
Fake Razor Ramon: 0-2
Giant Gonzales: 0-2
Robert Gibson: 0-2
Duane Gill/Gillberg: 0-2
Mark Jindrak: 0-2
Kamala: 0-2
Kato: 0-2
Gail Kim: 0-2
K-Kwik: 0-2
Ricky Morton: 0-2
"Cowboy" Bob Orton: 0-2
Tarantula: 0-2
Zeus: 0-2
Garrison Cade: 0-3
Judy Martin: 0-3
Ken Patera: 0-3
Skinner: 0-3
Leilani Kai: 0-4
Dawn Marie (ECW): 0-4
Adam Bomb/Bryan Clark: 0-5
Stacy Keibler: 0-5
Boris Zhukov: 0-5
"Superfly" Jimmy Snuka: 0-6
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PPV: 2004 Unforgiven
Date: 9/12/04
Location: Rose Garden (Portland, OR)


Raw brand PPV here.

Evolution vs Chris Benoit/William Regal
Flair and Batista represent the heels here. Benoit gets a quick Crossface in but Batista is able to get to the ropes. Benoit takes down the big man and brings Regal in. From here, the faces keep Batista away from Flair and are able to work him over. Flair finally gets tagged and starts getting some chops in. Benoit gets some chops of his own in and Regal comes in and goes to work leading to the infamous Flair flop. Regal drops the knee but Flair recovers with a poke to the eye and chops out the leg. Regal works him down with a wristlock and gets Benoit in who chops away at Flair. Benoit hits an enziguri next. Batista makes the tag but he ends up getting punished in the wrong corner again. Benoit tries a sharpshooter but Batista powers out and elbows him down to the mat. Regal back in and Flair comes in to lay some chops into him. Flair hits a backdrop suplex out of the corner. batista back in and hits a neckbreaker. Flair locks in the Figure Four but Benoit breaks it up. Flair goes for it again but Regal cradles him for a nearfall. Batista back in to work over Regal some more as the heels have kept Benoit out of the match.Benoit finally gets tagged and he goes to work with some chops. Snap suplex to Flair leads to the rolling Germans. Benoit hits the Headbutt. Flair blocks the Sharpshooter with a poke to the eye but he canít block the Crossface. Batista comes in and pulls Benoit off and tosses Regal to the floor to fight him. Regal is able to avoid a charge and Batista is sent over the barricade into the crowd. Benoit gets the Crossface on Flair again and Flair has no choice but to tap out. I was OK with this match.

We go to the back where Trish Stratus and Christian are arguing over who Tyson Tomko should come out with tonight. She claims that Christian told her that if there was ever a problem, Tomko was her problem solver but Christian denies it. Trish whispers in Tomko's ear, and that is enough for himj to choose her over Christian.

Trish Stratus (c) w/Tyson Tomko vs Victoria for the Women's Title
Victoria gets a quick cradle for a nearfall. Victoria slugs away but runs into a knee and is choked. Victoria fights out of the corner and hits a gutbuster. Trish goes to the floor and hides behind Tomko. Victoria comes out and fights with her on the floor. Back in, Trish is able to post Victoria. She goes to an arm bar to slow things down. She switches it up to a chinlock. Spinebuster gets a nearfall and Trish goes right back to the chinlock. Victoria fights out and hits a sideslam. Trish gets headbutted and Victoria hits Tomko with a plancha. This allows Trish to recover and she hits the bulldog to get the win and retains the gold. Pretty boring if you ask me. Tomko is about to destroy Victoria after, but some mystery lady, who is clearly a dude, comes out and prevents Victoria from getting hurt. Tomko is not to happy with this and calls for this so called lady to come back out so he can expose who the person really is. Well, that leads to a match.

Tyson Tomko vs Stevie Richards
So the "woman" ends up being Richards, we see this after Tomko is able to undress him. Tomko resorts to a lot of choking, throwing in a slam to change things up a bit. Richards grabs a hold of the family jewels and hits a dropkick in the corner. Tonko is able to hit an inverted F5 of sorts to finally end this disaster.

We get a recap leading to the IC title match. Edge had to vacate the title after tearing his groin. Chris Jericho wanted to have a rematch with him for it, but that was not going to happen anytime soon. Christian attacked Jericho on the Highlight Reel to lead up to the match.

Chris Jericho vs Christian in a Ladder Match for the Intercontinental Title
Jericho slugs away and hits a suplex. He hits a backdrop suplex and hits some chops but Christian comes back and goes to a choke. Jericho rallies back and grabs a ladder and throws it at Christian but misses him. They trade choking each other out. Jericho hits an enziguri and grabs the ladder, drilling Christian in the gut with it. They fight into the crowd and Jericho backdrops Christian back to ringside. He chokes him with a cable. Christian is able to hit the Unprettier on the floor. Christian climbs the ladder but gets stopped. Christian sets the ladder up in the corner but Jericho whips him into it. Christian fights back and climbs up again but is pulled down and gets the ladder tossed at him. Christian hits an atominc drop with the ladder. Christian climbs the ladder again but comes down because Jericho is talking crap to him. Jericho dropkicks the ladder into his face and bulldogs him onto it. Jericho can't hit the Lionsault on the ladder. Christian rams the ladder into his face and climbs the ladder. They fight on top of the ladder and it falls. Jericho now climbs but Christian pushes the ladder over. Christian climbs but gets caught up and Jericho locks in a reverse Walls of sort on the ladder. Jericho tries to grab the title but Christian tips the ladder over and Jericho lands on the ladder with his rear, which looked bad. Christian goes to grab the title but gets the ladder pulled from under him and he is left hanging for dead as Jericho tosses the ladder into him. This is being dragged out much too long, finally Jericho is able to climb the ladder and grabs the title to become the new champ. Not one of the best ladder matches that I have seen.

We go to the back where we try to get a word with Kane. Lita comes out of his locker and says that she hopes that Shawn Michaels beats him. Kane comes from behind and says that his wife is very supportive, haha! Elsewhere, Coach is with Jericho. Jericho feels terrible but is happy that he is the 7 time IC champ. Edge interrupts and says that he will be coming for him in due time.

Kane w/Lita vs Shawn Michaels in a No DQ Match
Kane eats a knee and is taken down with a Thesz press. HBK chases him out of the ring and they brawl. HBK flies off the top but gets hit with a fist. Kane chokes him down and hits a clothesline. HBK recovers and clotheslines Kane to the floor. Kane goes after Lita but HBK is able to hit a pescado. Kane hides behind Lita. Kane suplexes HBK through a table. Kane continues to put a beating on HBK. Kane hits a sideslam for a nearfall. Kane gets HBK into the corner but HBK comes back with a DDT. They slug it out and HBK hits a forearm. They fight outside and Shawn is met with the stairs to get busted open. Back and forth action leads to HBK setting up for Sweet Chin Music. Kane is able to hit a boot though. Kane tries a Chokeslam but HBK goes low on him. He drills Kane with a chair but Kane is able to recover. Lita takes the chair from Kane. Kane then goes for a Chokeslam but HBK slips out and hits Sweet Chin Music to get the win. Not very good right here.

A little promo for the return of Shelton Benjamin plays. We then go to HHH. He says that Orton is good, but not great like him.

La Resistance vs Rhyno/Tajiri for the World Tag Team Titles
Grenier works over Tajiri to start things off. Tajiri comes back with some chops and an arm drag. Conway comes in but is unable to get the upperhand. Rhyno comes in and he and Conway slug it out. Rhyno misses a charge and gets taken down with an arm bar. Grenier comes in and gets a wristlock in and drops the knee. Conway comes in but is hit with a belly to belly and Tajiri makes his way back in. Back kick gets a nearfall for the faces. The heels are able to control Tajiri and are now able to keep him away from Rhyno. Tajiri hits a headscissors and finally gets Rhyno back in. He gets rid of Conway and hits Grenier with a belly to belly. Spinebuster gets a nearfall. the heels hit a double-team spinebuster. Grenier gets hit low with the flag from Tajiri and is nailed with a Gore. Grenier rebounds and uses the flag on Rhyno to get the win. Awful....

Main Event: Randy Orton (c) vs Triple H for the World Heavyweight Title
Orton slaps HHH. He then spits on him and they slug it out with Orton hit a backdrop. HHH gets out of a chinlock but gets sent to the floor.Orton sends HHH into the post. In the ring, HHH gets the indian deathlock in. HHH clips the leg and works it over. Orton eats a knee. HHH back to work on the knee and locks in the figure four. Orton is able to hit a powerslam to try to get some sort of momentum. He hits a dropkick and DDT. They brawl some more on the floor. Orton hits a neckbreaker. Ref is taken out and Orton reverses the Pedigree into the RKO. Flair and Batista come down but Orton takes care of them. HHH goes low as Coach comes down to make the count but its only a nearfall. Batista comes back in and hits a spinebuster. Orton reverses the Pedigree and hits Coach and Flair with the RKO before going low on Batista. HHH uses this to drill Orotn with the chair, then hits the Pedigree on the chair to become the new chanmp. Terrible all the way around. HHH just had to stay on top of the mountain.

Grade: D
Man, this was overbooked to the max! Hated the run in situation with the ME. Nothing on the card was all that great or stood out. You can almost say that the opening match was the best. Raw with another let down PPV.

Running Tally of Wrestler W/L Record (I know, silly, but, whatever, just for fun, excluding battle royals and royal rumbles):
Rick Steiner: 5-0
"Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich: 5-0
Fabulous Moolah: 4-0
Max Mini: 3-0
Mo: 3-0
Tiger Ali Singh: 3-0
Nicole Bass: 2-0
Butterbean: 2-0
Bertha Faye: 2-0
Hillbilly Jim: 2-0
Mordecai: 2-0
Mr. T: 2-0
Nova: 2-0
Rockin' Robin: 2-0
Noriyo Tateno: 2-0
Itsuki Yamazaki: 2-0
Perro Aguayo: 1-0
Ted Arcidi: 1-0
Lioness Asuka: 1-0
Cheesy: 1-0
El Canek: 1-0
Hector Garza: 1-0
The Great Sasuke: 1-0
Haiti Kid: 1-0
Bruce Hart: 1-0
Keith Hart: 1-0
Earl Hebner: 1-0
Paul Heyman: 1-0
Sam Houston: 1-0
Jackyl: 1-0
Koji Kitao: 1-0
Aja Kong: 1-0
Little Beaver: 1-0
Jose Lothario: 1-0
Hugh Morrus: 1-0
Queasy: 1-0
Rad Radford: 1-0
Luther Reigns: 1-0
Wendi Richter: 1-0
Giant Silva: 1-0
Dick Slater: 1-0
Sleezy: 1-0
Sniper: 1-0
Johnny Stamboli: 1-0
Kenzo Suzuki: 1-0
Lawrence Taylor: 1-0
Genichiro Tenryu: 1-0
Tomoko Watanabe: 1-0
Mae Young: 1-0
Tom Zenk: 1-0
Tugboat/Typhoon: 6-1
"Jumpin" Jim Brunzell: 3-1
Doug Furnas: 3-1
Phil LaFon: 3-1
B. Brian Blair: 2-1
Tully Blanchard: 2-1
Jesus Castillo: 2-1
Jimmy Del Rey: 2-1
Jose Estrada Jr: 2-1
Miss Kitty/The Kat: 2-1
Kurrgan/Interrogator: 2-1
Brian Pillman: 2-1
Jim Powers: 2-1
"The Natural" Butch Reed: 2-1
Tama: 2-1
Ultimate Warrior: 15-2
Sable: 9-2
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat: 8-2
Torrie Wilson: 7-2
Goldberg: 5-2
Stevie Richards: 5-2
Terry Funk/Chainsaw Charlie: 3-2
Brian Knobs: 3-2
Harley Race: 3-2
Joey Sags: 3-2
Thrasher: 9-3
Randy Orton: 7-3
Tatanka: 7-3-1
Jamie Noble: 6-3
"Ravishing" Rick Rude: 6-3-1
Junkyard Dog: 5-3
Tom Pritchard/Zip: 5-3
Dynamite Kid: 5-3-1
Batista: 4-3
King Kong Bundy: 4-3
Earthquake/Golga: 10-4
Mosh/Chaz: 9-4
Scott Steiner: 9-4
Tazz: 7-4
Demolition Ax: 6-4
Shelton Benjamin: 5-4
Sylvain Grenier: 5-4
Charlie Haas: 5-4
Jazz: 5-4
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan: 9-5
Spike Dudley: 8-5
Ahmed Johnson: 8-5
John Cena: 7-5
Brian Christopher/Grandmaster Sexay: 7-5
Bull Buchanan/Recon: 6-5
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart: 11-6
Scott Taylor/Scotty 2 Hotty: 10-6
Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake: 7-6
Ivory: 7-6
"Macho Man" Randy Savage: 18-7
Brock Lesnar: 14-8-1
Hawk: 12-8-1
Val Venis: 13-9
Animal: 12-9-1
Savio Vega: 11-9
Hulk Hogan/Mr. America: 21-11
Ken Shamrock: 15-12
Razor Ramon/Scott Hall: 15-13
Eddie Guererro: 19-17
Roadie/Jesse James/Road Dogg: 22-18-1
Bret "Hitman" Hart: 34-20-1
British Bulldog: 24-20-2
Blue Blazer/Owen Hart: 28-22
Kurt Angle: 33-24
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: 33-27
Edge/Conquistador: 28-27
The Rock: 35-30-2
Undertaker: 62-33-2
Triple H: 46-38-2
Ludwig Borga: 1-1
Corporal Kirchner: 1-1
Debra: 1-1
Dory Funk Jr: 1-1
Zach Gowan: 1-1
Billy Jack Haynes: 1-1
Jamal: 1-1
Kanyon: 1-1
Rodney Mack: 1-1
Velvet McIntyre: 1-1
Moondog Spot: 1-1
Mosaic: 1-1
Nailz: 1-1
Chris Nowinski: 1-1
Sean O'Haire: 1-1
Sapphire: 1-1
Big John Studd: 1-1
Tyson Tomko: 1-1
Arn Anderson: 2-2
Danny Basham: 2-2
Doug Basham: 2-2
Alundra Blayze: 2-2
Jonathan Coachman: 2-2
Bobby Heenan: 2-2
Diamond Dallas Page: 2-2
Miguel Perez: 2-2
Red Rooster: 2-2
Rico: 2-2
Rosey: 2-2
Dusty Rhodes: 3-3
Skip: 3-3
Bushwhacker Butch: 4-4
Bushwhacker Luke: 4-4
Taka Michinoku: 4-4
Paul Roma: 4-4
Virgil: 4-4
Lex Luger: 4-4-1
Victoria: 5-5
The Warlord: 5-5
Demolition Smash/Repo Man: 7-7
Steve Blackman: 8-8
Chyna: 9-9
Big Boss Man: 15-15
Billy Gunn/Rockabilly/Billy: 27-27-1
Shawn Michaels: 28-28-3
Bob Backlund: 1-2
Justin Credible: 1-2
"Dangerous" Danny Davis: 1-2
Dean Douglas: 1-2
Eugene: 1-2
"Rugged" Ronnie Garvin: 1-2
Hakushi: 1-2
Barry Horowitz/Red Knight: 1-2
Maven: 1-2
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley: 1-2
The Patriot: 1-2
Terri Runnels: 1-2
Sato: 1-2
Sensational Sherri: 1-2
Shawn Stasiak: 1-2
Teiho: 1-2
Togo: 1-2
Beau Beverly: 2-3
Blake Beverly: 2-3
Chainz/DiBiase's Undertaker: 2-3
Funaki: 2-3
The Iron Sheik/Col. Mustafa: 2-3
Pierre: 1-3
Barry Windham/The Stalker: 1-3
One Man Gang/Akeem: 3-4
Chuck Palumbo/Chuck: 3-4
Sgt. Slaughter: 3-4
Tori: 2-4
Adrian Adonis: 1-4
Matt Borne/Doink: 1-4
Darren Drozdov/Droz: 1-4
Tanaka: 1-4
The Barbarian/Sione: 4-5
Chavo Guerrero Jr: 4-5
Ray Rougeau: 4-5-1
Gangrel: 3-5
Scorpio/Flash Funk: 3-5
Rob Conway: 2-5
Samu: 2-5
Luna Vachon: 2-5
Bad News Brown: 1-5
Paul Orndorff: 1-5
Raven: 1-5
Dino Bravo: 4-6
Dean Malenko: 4-6
Vince McMahon: 4-6
Nikolai Volkoff: 4-6
Eli Blu/8 Ball: 3-6
Jacob Blu/Skull: 3-6
Rene Dupree: 3-6
Billy Kidman: 3-6
Hurricane Helms/The Hurricane: 2-6
Rhyno: 5-7
Haku: 4-7
Andre the Giant: 3-7
Honky Tonk Man: 2-7
Don Muraco: 1-7
Koko B. Ware: 1-7
Crash Holly: 7-8
Mr. Perfect: 6-8
Perry Saturn: 5-8
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper: 4-8
Lance Storm: 3-8
Ric Flair: 8-9
Bart Gunn: 8-9
Marc Mero: 8-9
Mark Henry: 7-9
Shane McMahon: 7-9
Psycho Sid: 6-9
Rick Martel: 5-9
Kama/Godfather/Goodfather: 9-10
Molly Holly/Mighty Molly: 5-10
Jerry "The King" Lawler: 5-10
Mike Rotunda/I.R.S: 5-10
Lita: 4-10
Jake "The Snake" Roberts: 9-11-1
Jacques Rougeau/The Mountie: 8-11-1
Bam Bam Bigelow: 7-11
Tajiri: 5-11
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine/Blue Knight: 5-11
Rey Mysterio: 3-11
Jacqueline: 1-11
Stephen Regal/William Regal: 11-12
Mabel/Viscera: 7-12
Tito Santana: 7-12
Marty Jannety: 6-12
Henry Godwinn/Mark Canterbury: 5-12
"Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase: 9-13
Yokozuna: 9-13
Diesel/Kevin Nash: 8-13-1
Hercules: 4-13
D-Lo Brown: 9-14
Vader: 7-14
Prince Albert/Albert/A-Train: 4-14
Rob Van Dam: 14-15
Trish Stratus: 12-15
Phineas Godwinn/Dennis Knight/Mideon: 5-15
Crush/Brian Adams: 4-15
Fatu/Sultan/Rikishi: 14-16
Al Snow/Leif Cassidy: 8-17
Booker T: 10-18
Bob Holly/Hardcore Holly: 9-18
Test: 7-18
Jeff Jarrett: 10-19
Bradshaw/John Bradshaw Layfield: 17-22
Chris Benoit: 21-23
Faarooq/Ron Simmons: 15-23
Jeff Hardy: 14-23
Matt Hardy: 13-24
Mankind/Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mick Foley: 17-26-1
Big Show: 15-26
Dustin Rhodes/Goldust/Dustin Runnels: 13-26
Christian/Conquistador: 25-28
X-Pac/1-2-3 Kid: 22-28
Bubba Ray Dudley: 21-28
D-Von Dudley: 19-28
Chris Jericho: 29-30
Kane/Isaac Yankem/Fake Diesel: 30-34-1
Joey Abs: 0-1
General Adnan: 0-1
Aguila: 0-1
Akio: 0-1
Captain Lou Albano: 0-1
Chapparita Asari: 0-1
Mike Awesome: 0-1
BB: 0-1
Bastion Booger: 0-1
Battalion: 0-1
Berzerker: 0-1
Blackjack Mulligan: 0-1
Blue Meanie: 0-1
Scott Casey: 0-1
Donna Christianello: 0-1
Conquistador Dos: 0-1
Conquistador Uno: 0-1
James Cornette: 0-1
Duke "The Dumpster" Droese: 0-1
Paul Ellering: 0-1
Jerry Estrada: 0-1
Jimmy Jack Funk: 0-1
Mr. Fuji: 0-1
Tony Garea: 0-1
Pete Gas: 0-1
Jeff Gaylord/Black Knight: 0-1
The Genius: 0-1
Executioner/Terry Gordy: 0-1
Fuerza Guerrera: 0-1
Sakie Hasegawa: 0-1
Michael Hayes: 0-1
Heavy Metal: 0-1
Kyoko Inoue: 0-1
Miss Jackie: 0-1
Nathan Jones: 0-1
SD Jones: 0-1
Buddy Landell: 0-1
Little Tokyo: 0-1
Paul London: 0-1
Teddy Long: 0-1
Lord Littlebrooke: 0-1
Dawn Marie (non ECW): 0-1
Waylon Mercy: 0-1
Shannon Moore: 0-1
Pedro Morales: 0-1
Matt Morgan: 0-1
Bull Nakano: 0-1
Nidia: 0-1
Nunzio: 0-1
Pantera: 0-1
Nick Patrick: 0-1
Pink: 0-1
Ivan Putski: 0-1
Scott Putski: 0-1
Essa Rios: 0-1
Rodney: 0-1
The Executioner/Buddy Rose: 0-1
Jim Ross: 0-1
David Sammartino: 0-1
Dan Severn: 0-1
Shaniqua: 0-1
"Iron" Mike Sharpe: 0-1
Spanky/Brian Kendrick: 0-1
George "The Animal" Steele: 0-1
Ultimo Dragon: 0-1
Uncle Elmer: 0-1
George Wells: 0-1
Wink: 0-1
"Outlaw" Ron Bass: 0-2
Eric Bischoff: 0-2
Dink: 0-2
El Torito: 0-2
Fake Razor Ramon: 0-2
Giant Gonzales: 0-2
Robert Gibson: 0-2
Duane Gill/Gillberg: 0-2
Mark Jindrak: 0-2
Kamala: 0-2
Kato: 0-2
Gail Kim: 0-2
K-Kwik: 0-2
Ricky Morton: 0-2
"Cowboy" Bob Orton: 0-2
Tarantula: 0-2
Zeus: 0-2
Garrison Cade: 0-3
Judy Martin: 0-3
Ken Patera: 0-3
Skinner: 0-3
Leilani Kai: 0-4
Dawn Marie (ECW): 0-4
Adam Bomb/Bryan Clark: 0-5
Stacy Keibler: 0-5
Boris Zhukov: 0-5
"Superfly" Jimmy Snuka: 0-6
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PPV: 2004 No Mercy
Date: 10/3/04
Location: Continental Airlines Arena (East Rutherford, NJ)


I will compare this SD PPV to Raw's Vengeance. At the moment, SD leads head to head 4-1.

Eddie Guererro vs Luther Reigns w/Mark Jindrak
Reigns gets a clothesline in to start. Eddie rakes the eyes but fails with a shoulderblock. Eddie is able to hit a dropkick. Reigns rebounds with a press slam for nearfall. Reigns then goes to a couple of rest holds. Eddie is able to get out of a back stretch and rolls to the floor. Jindrak gets some cheap shots in. Back in, Reigns tries to take out Eddie but he walks up the ropes and hits a reverse DDT. Eddie is able to hit the Three Amigos. Reigns is able to toss Eddie across the ring and Eddie heads to the floor. Eddie steals a baton from one of the security guys and puts it in his boot. He is unable to hit the Frogsplash but while the ref is distracted by Jindrak, Eddie drills Reigns with the baton. He then hits the Frogsplash to get the win. This was much to long to be honest. And to think that not long ago, Eddie was the WWE champ. Now look what they have him doing.....

To the back where Josh Matthews asks Dawn Marie to explain her actions towards Miss Jackie. Dawn proceeds to barge into the women's dressing room where Jackie is topless and has to cover herself with her arms. Dawn tells Jackie that Charlie Haas comes to her because Jackie is forcing commitment from him.

Spike Dudley w/Dudley Boyz (c) vs Nunzio w/Johnny Stamboli for the Crusierweight Title
Nunzio beat Spike on SD to get this match. Spike drills Nunzio in the gut, but gets hiptossed. Spike heads outside to stall out. Back in, Spike flips out of a backdrop suplex and goes for a slam, but Nunzio collapses on him for a nearfall. Nunzio gets a nearfall of a roll up. Spike goes to a hammerlock, but Nunzio sends him out. Nunzio hits a pescado. Bubba distracts the ref while D-Von shoves Nunzio off the top rope. Spike goes to a full nelson.Spike heads up but Ninzio slams him off. Nunzio hits the Sicilian Slice but Spike is able to get his foot on the ropes. Spike tosses Nunzio out but misses a double stomp. Nunzio backdrops Spike. Back in and Nunzio gets a backslide in for a nearfall. D-Von and Johnny now fight on the outside, distracting the ref. This allows Bubba to crotch Nunzio. Spike hurries over and makes the cover to retain. Bleh, boring one here.

We get the recap of Billy Kidman and Paul London breaking up. Basically, Kidman hurt himself doing his finisher, then refused to do it even when Paul and the fans egged him on. He didn't like that the fans and Paul were trying to get him to risk his life again.

Billy Kidman vs Paul London
London hits a sliding dropkick to start. He snapmares Kidman over and drills him with a kick to his back. London leaps over Kidman and hits him with a jumping thrust kick. London sends Kidman out and springboard backflips onto him. London hits a slingshot splash for a nearfall. Kidman rakes the eyes to get back into the match. He punts London in the face and tosses him into the ringpost. Kidman locks in a surfboard. Kidman hits a press gutbuster from there. Kidman locks in an ab stretch and pummels on his ribs. London rallies with a forearm and a spinning heel kick. He hits an enzuigiri after countering a bulldog. London goes for a powerbomb, but Kidman reverses to a facebuster. London counters the Rydien Bomb to a huracanrana for a nearfall. London goes for a clothesline, but Kidman hits a dropkick. Kidman starts to walk out and looks like he is about to leave but he returns after an 8 count. London counters a backdrop and goes up for the shooting star press but Kidman gets the knees up. KIdman heads up and hesitates but ends up hitting the Shooting Star Press to get the win. London starts coughing up blood. Kidman gets on the mic and blames the crowd for what he did. The EMTs strap London to a stretcher. Kidman decided to hit another Shooting Star Press while London is strapped to the backboard. This was a great match to watch right here.

We go to JBL who is complaining about the media bias towards him. I'm telling you, Donald Trump is stealing all of JBL's material.

Rene Dupree/Kenzo Suzuki w/Hirok0 (c) vs Rey Mysterio/Rob Van Dam for the WWE Tag Team Titles
Kenzo sings "Born in the USA" before the match, it is so awful, yet quite hilarious. RVD starts with Dupree. RVD counters a powerbomb to a backdrop. Dupree gets double teamed before geting Kenzo in. Rey hits a dropkick on him. Dupree tries to come in but Rey tosses him out. The faces hit somersault planchas on the heels on the outside. RVD goes for the Five Star Frogsplash on Kenzo, but Dupree comes in and pushes him to the floor. Dupree hits a flipping neckbreaker. RVD with a kick to Kenzo's face and tags in Rey. Rey hits a springboard clothesline and tornado DDT. Kenzo comes back and chops Rey. Dupree breaks up the 619, but the faces double team him. Rey gets the 619 on Kenzo, but Dupree breaks up the Drop the Dime. Kenzo stacks Rey up and grabs the ropes to get the pin and retain the titles. This wasn't all that bad right here. Short, but enjoyable.

We get a recap of the Kurt Angle/Big Show feud. Angle recently shot Show with a tranquilizer and then shaved his head while he was passed out, posing with him as if he ust took down a prized buck out in the forest.

Big Show vs Kurt Angle
Show overpowers Angle to start. Angel gets rammed into the turnbuckle. Show then press slams Angle and Angle heads to the floor. Angle gets counted out. Teddy Long comes out and says that if Angle does not get back in that ring, he will not wrestle on SD ever again. Angle gets back to the ring and gets forced into the corner where Show lays into some chops. Angle is whipped into the corner and hits the post. Angle grabs a chair, but Show punches it into his face. Angle tries to come off the second rope, but Show catches him and slams him. Show goes for a Chokeslam, but Angle reverses to the Angle Lock. Show kicks Angle into the ref. Angle grabs another chair. He drills Show's knee with the chair. Angle locks a leg lock on Show. Angle goes to a spinning toehold. Show is able to hit a clothesline. Angle avoids a big boot and hits the Angle Slam, but Show kicks out. Angle grabs the tranquilizer gun from under the ring. Show is able to take it away and tosses it out. Show ends up hitting a Chokeslam as Angle is on the top rope to get the win. This was a lot better than I thought this would be. Great job on both sides.

We get a Carlito Caribbean Cool promo. We then see the lead up to the Cena/Booker match.

Booker T (c) vs John Cena in a Best of 5 Series for the US Title
This is match 5 of the series. Cena hits some shoulderblocks and tries to get a quick pin from them. Booker with a front facelock but he gets clotheslined over the top. Booker pounds in the corner but Cena rallies with a clothesline. Booker hits a spinebuster. To the floor and Cena tosses Booker into the steps. Back in, Cena hits a flying crossbody for a nearfall. Cena hits a suplex. He charges, but Booker hits to a flapjack. Cena avoids the jumping side kick and Booker crotches himself. Cena hits a flying shoulderblock for a nearfall. A bulldog is followed with the Five Knuckle Shuffle. Cena goes for the FU but Booker counters to a Bookend for a nearfall. Booker grabs a chair but the ref prevents him from using it. Booker goes for the axe kick but Cena avoids it. Cena follows with the FU to become the new champ. Not terrible here.

Rico/Charlie Haas/Miss Jackie vs Dudley Boyz/Dawn Marie in a Six Person Intergender Match
D-Von jumps Haas from behind to start things off. Dawn tags in and comforts Haas. Jackie comes in and rips Dawn's shirt off. Bubba grabs her by the hair to stop her from doing anything else. He wants a kiss from her but she tags in Rico who does the kissing. Bubba walks out on the match in disgust. Rico rolls up D-Von for a nearfall. He goes up, but Bubba comes back and crotches Rico. Bubba proceeds to work over Rico. Rico rallies with a DDT. Haas comes in and goes to work. dawn makes a distraction and D-Von goes on the attack. Rico back in and goes for a cover but Dawn breaks it up. The Dudleyz go for the Whazzup Drop and Rico is actually wanting them to do it. This allows Haas to push D-Von off the top. Jackie hits Dawn with a spear. Rico hits a moonsault on D-Von to get the win. Not much of note here.

We get a recap leading up to Taker/JBL.

Main Event: John Bradshaw Layfield (c) vs Undertaker in a Last Ride Match for the WWE Title
The object is to put your opponent in the hearse and have it drive off to become the winner.JBL jumps Taker but Taker is having none of it and goes to work. Taker hits Old School. Taker then hits a Chokeslam. Taker drapes him over the apron and hits a legdrop. Taker is getting the Spanish announce table set up for something but JBL drills Taker with the steps. They fight in the aisle with JBL drilling Taker with the steps again. JBL tries to put Taker in the hearse but Taker is able to fight back. They fight back into the ring and JBL heads to the top and hits a shoulderblock. Taker is able to get the triangle choke in. They head to the floor where JBL reverses a whip into the steps. JBL tries a piledriver on the steps, but Taker counters to a backdrop. Taker hits a Tombstone on the steps. JBL is busted open now. JBL grabs a chair and drills Taker with it. JBL is about to deliver another chair shot on the announce table, but Taker grabs him and Chokeslams him through the announce table. Taker carries him to the hearse, but Heidenreich comes out of the back and covers Taker's face with a cloth. Taker passes out and Heidenreich puts Taker in the hearse and sends him on his way. But Taker sits up and kicks his way out of the hearse. He fights off both guys until JBL drills him with the Clothesline from Hell. They put Taker in the hearse and it drives off as JBL retains. We then see that Paul Heyman is driving the hearse and he parks it in the back. He motions for Heidenreich to hurry up and he gets into a vehicle and rams it into the hearse as Paul tells him that "He did it". Match itself was boring to start. Hated this ending too.

Grade: D+
Tag title and London/Kidman were fun to watch. Show and Angle delivered. Everything else seemed to just be there. I am not a fan of the ending to the ME. How many more times are you going to "kill" Taker, only for him to comeback. However, this PPV was better then Vengeance, so SD goes up 5-1.

Running Tally of Wrestler W/L Record (I know, silly, but, whatever, just for fun, excluding battle royals and royal rumbles):
Rick Steiner: 5-0
"Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich: 5-0
Fabulous Moolah: 4-0
Max Mini: 3-0
Mo: 3-0
Tiger Ali Singh: 3-0
Nicole Bass: 2-0
Butterbean: 2-0
Bertha Faye: 2-0
Hillbilly Jim: 2-0
Mordecai: 2-0
Mr. T: 2-0
Nova: 2-0
Rockin' Robin: 2-0
Kenzo Suzuki: 2-0
Noriyo Tateno: 2-0
Itsuki Yamazaki: 2-0
Perro Aguayo: 1-0
Ted Arcidi: 1-0
Lioness Asuka: 1-0
Cheesy: 1-0
El Canek: 1-0
Hector Garza: 1-0
The Great Sasuke: 1-0
Haiti Kid: 1-0
Bruce Hart: 1-0
Keith Hart: 1-0
Earl Hebner: 1-0
Paul Heyman: 1-0
Sam Houston: 1-0
Jackyl: 1-0
Koji Kitao: 1-0
Aja Kong: 1-0
Little Beaver: 1-0
Jose Lothario: 1-0
Hugh Morrus: 1-0
Queasy: 1-0
Rad Radford: 1-0
Wendi Richter: 1-0
Giant Silva: 1-0
Dick Slater: 1-0
Sleezy: 1-0
Sniper: 1-0
Johnny Stamboli: 1-0
Lawrence Taylor: 1-0
Genichiro Tenryu: 1-0
Tomoko Watanabe: 1-0
Mae Young: 1-0
Tom Zenk: 1-0
Tugboat/Typhoon: 6-1
"Jumpin" Jim Brunzell: 3-1
Doug Furnas: 3-1
Phil LaFon: 3-1
B. Brian Blair: 2-1
Tully Blanchard: 2-1
Jesus Castillo: 2-1
Jimmy Del Rey: 2-1
Jose Estrada Jr: 2-1
Miss Kitty/The Kat: 2-1
Kurrgan/Interrogator: 2-1
Brian Pillman: 2-1
Jim Powers: 2-1
"The Natural" Butch Reed: 2-1
Tama: 2-1
Ultimate Warrior: 15-2
Sable: 9-2
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat: 8-2
Torrie Wilson: 7-2
Goldberg: 5-2
Stevie Richards: 5-2
Terry Funk/Chainsaw Charlie: 3-2
Brian Knobs: 3-2
Harley Race: 3-2
Rico: 3-2
Joey Sags: 3-2
Thrasher: 9-3
Randy Orton: 7-3
Tatanka: 7-3-1
Jamie Noble: 6-3
"Ravishing" Rick Rude: 6-3-1
Junkyard Dog: 5-3
Tom Pritchard/Zip: 5-3
Dynamite Kid: 5-3-1
Batista: 4-3
King Kong Bundy: 4-3
Earthquake/Golga: 10-4
Mosh/Chaz: 9-4
Scott Steiner: 9-4
Tazz: 7-4
Demolition Ax: 6-4
Charlie Haas: 6-4
Shelton Benjamin: 5-4
Sylvain Grenier: 5-4
Jazz: 5-4
Spike Dudley: 9-5
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan: 9-5
John Cena: 8-5
Ahmed Johnson: 8-5
Brian Christopher/Grandmaster Sexay: 7-5
Bull Buchanan/Recon: 6-5
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart: 11-6
Scott Taylor/Scotty 2 Hotty: 10-6
Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake: 7-6
Ivory: 7-6
"Macho Man" Randy Savage: 18-7
Brock Lesnar: 14-8-1
Hawk: 12-8-1
Val Venis: 13-9
Animal: 12-9-1
Savio Vega: 11-9
Hulk Hogan/Mr. America: 21-11
Ken Shamrock: 15-12
Razor Ramon/Scott Hall: 15-13
Eddie Guererro: 29-17
Roadie/Jesse James/Road Dogg: 22-18-1
Bret "Hitman" Hart: 34-20-1
British Bulldog: 24-20-2
Blue Blazer/Owen Hart: 28-22
Kurt Angle: 33-25
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: 33-27
Edge/Conquistador: 28-27
The Rock: 35-30-2
Undertaker: 62-34-2
Triple H: 46-38-2
Ludwig Borga: 1-1
Corporal Kirchner: 1-1
Debra: 1-1
Dory Funk Jr: 1-1
Zach Gowan: 1-1
Billy Jack Haynes: 1-1
Jamal: 1-1
Kanyon: 1-1
Rodney Mack: 1-1
Velvet McIntyre: 1-1
Miss Jackie: 1-1
Moondog Spot: 1-1
Mosaic: 1-1
Nailz: 1-1
Chris Nowinski: 1-1
Sean O'Haire: 1-1
Luther Reigns: 1-1
Sapphire: 1-1
Big John Studd: 1-1
Tyson Tomko: 1-1
Arn Anderson: 2-2
Danny Basham: 2-2
Doug Basham: 2-2
Alundra Blayze: 2-2
Jonathan Coachman: 2-2
Bobby Heenan: 2-2
Diamond Dallas Page: 2-2
Miguel Perez: 2-2
Red Rooster: 2-2
Rosey: 2-2
Dusty Rhodes: 3-3
Skip: 3-3
Bushwhacker Butch: 4-4
Bushwhacker Luke: 4-4
Taka Michinoku: 4-4
Paul Roma: 4-4
Virgil: 4-4
Lex Luger: 4-4-1
Victoria: 5-5
The Warlord: 5-5
Demolition Smash/Repo Man: 7-7
Steve Blackman: 8-8
Chyna: 9-9
Big Boss Man: 15-15
Billy Gunn/Rockabilly/Billy: 27-27-1
Shawn Michaels: 28-28-3
Bob Backlund: 1-2
Justin Credible: 1-2
"Dangerous" Danny Davis: 1-2
Dean Douglas: 1-2
Eugene: 1-2
"Rugged" Ronnie Garvin: 1-2
Hakushi: 1-2
Barry Horowitz/Red Knight: 1-2
Maven: 1-2
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley: 1-2
The Patriot: 1-2
Terri Runnels: 1-2
Sato: 1-2
Sensational Sherri: 1-2
Shawn Stasiak: 1-2
Teiho: 1-2
Togo: 1-2
Beau Beverly: 2-3
Blake Beverly: 2-3
Chainz/DiBiase's Undertaker: 2-3
Funaki: 2-3
The Iron Sheik/Col. Mustafa: 2-3
Pierre: 1-3
Barry Windham/The Stalker: 1-3
One Man Gang/Akeem: 3-4
Chuck Palumbo/Chuck: 3-4
Sgt. Slaughter: 3-4
Tori: 2-4
Adrian Adonis: 1-4
Matt Borne/Doink: 1-4
Darren Drozdov/Droz: 1-4
Tanaka: 1-4
The Barbarian/Sione: 4-5
Chavo Guerrero Jr: 4-5
Ray Rougeau: 4-5-1
Gangrel: 3-5
Scorpio/Flash Funk: 3-5
Rob Conway: 2-5
Samu: 2-5
Luna Vachon: 2-5
Bad News Brown: 1-5
Paul Orndorff: 1-5
Raven: 1-5
Dino Bravo: 4-6
Rene Dupree: 4-6
Billy Kidman: 4-6
Dean Malenko: 4-6
Vince McMahon: 4-6
Nikolai Volkoff: 4-6
Eli Blu/8 Ball: 3-6
Jacob Blu/Skull: 3-6
Hurricane Helms/The Hurricane: 2-6
Rhyno: 5-7
Haku: 4-7
Andre the Giant: 3-7
Honky Tonk Man: 2-7
Don Muraco: 1-7
Koko B. Ware: 1-7
Crash Holly: 7-8
Mr. Perfect: 6-8
Perry Saturn: 5-8
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper: 4-8
Lance Storm: 3-8
Ric Flair: 8-9
Bart Gunn: 8-9
Marc Mero: 8-9
Mark Henry: 7-9
Shane McMahon: 7-9
Psycho Sid: 6-9
Rick Martel: 5-9
Kama/Godfather/Goodfather: 9-10
Molly Holly/Mighty Molly: 5-10
Jerry "The King" Lawler: 5-10
Mike Rotunda/I.R.S: 5-10
Lita: 4-10
Jake "The Snake" Roberts: 9-11-1
Jacques Rougeau/The Mountie: 8-11-1
Bam Bam Bigelow: 7-11
Tajiri: 5-11
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine/Blue Knight: 5-11
Jacqueline: 1-11
Stephen Regal/William Regal: 11-12
Mabel/Viscera: 7-12
Tito Santana: 7-12
Marty Jannety: 6-12
Henry Godwinn/Mark Canterbury: 5-12
Rey Mysterio: 3-12
"Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase: 9-13
Yokozuna: 9-13
Diesel/Kevin Nash: 8-13-1
Hercules: 4-13
D-Lo Brown: 9-14
Vader: 7-14
Prince Albert/Albert/A-Train: 4-14
Trish Stratus: 12-15
Phineas Godwinn/Dennis Knight/Mideon: 5-15
Crush/Brian Adams: 4-15
Fatu/Sultan/Rikishi: 14-16
Rob Van Dam: 14-16
Al Snow/Leif Cassidy: 8-17
Bob Holly/Hardcore Holly: 9-18
Test: 7-18
Booker T: 10-19
Jeff Jarrett: 10-19
Bradshaw/John Bradshaw Layfield: 18-22
Chris Benoit: 21-23
Faarooq/Ron Simmons: 15-23
Jeff Hardy: 14-23
Matt Hardy: 13-24
Mankind/Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mick Foley: 17-26-1
Big Show: 16-26
Dustin Rhodes/Goldust/Dustin Runnels: 13-26
Christian/Conquistador: 25-28
X-Pac/1-2-3 Kid: 22-28
Bubba Ray Dudley: 21-29
D-Von Dudley: 19-29
Chris Jericho: 29-30
Kane/Isaac Yankem/Fake Diesel: 30-34-1
Joey Abs: 0-1
General Adnan: 0-1
Aguila: 0-1
Akio: 0-1
Captain Lou Albano: 0-1
Chapparita Asari: 0-1
Mike Awesome: 0-1
BB: 0-1
Bastion Booger: 0-1
Battalion: 0-1
Berzerker: 0-1
Blackjack Mulligan: 0-1
Blue Meanie: 0-1
Scott Casey: 0-1
Donna Christianello: 0-1
Conquistador Dos: 0-1
Conquistador Uno: 0-1
James Cornette: 0-1
Duke "The Dumpster" Droese: 0-1
Paul Ellering: 0-1
Jerry Estrada: 0-1
Jimmy Jack Funk: 0-1
Mr. Fuji: 0-1
Tony Garea: 0-1
Pete Gas: 0-1
Jeff Gaylord/Black Knight: 0-1
The Genius: 0-1
Executioner/Terry Gordy: 0-1
Fuerza Guerrera: 0-1
Sakie Hasegawa: 0-1
Michael Hayes: 0-1
Heavy Metal: 0-1
Kyoko Inoue: 0-1
Nathan Jones: 0-1
SD Jones: 0-1
Buddy Landell: 0-1
Little Tokyo: 0-1
Teddy Long: 0-1
Lord Littlebrooke: 0-1
Dawn Marie (non ECW): 0-1
Waylon Mercy: 0-1
Shannon Moore: 0-1
Pedro Morales: 0-1
Matt Morgan: 0-1
Bull Nakano: 0-1
Nidia: 0-1
Pantera: 0-1
Nick Patrick: 0-1
Pink: 0-1
Ivan Putski: 0-1
Scott Putski: 0-1
Essa Rios: 0-1
Rodney: 0-1
The Executioner/Buddy Rose: 0-1
Jim Ross: 0-1
David Sammartino: 0-1
Dan Severn: 0-1
Shaniqua: 0-1
"Iron" Mike Sharpe: 0-1
Spanky/Brian Kendrick: 0-1
George "The Animal" Steele: 0-1
Ultimo Dragon: 0-1
Uncle Elmer: 0-1
George Wells: 0-1
Wink: 0-1
"Outlaw" Ron Bass: 0-2
Eric Bischoff: 0-2
Dink: 0-2
El Torito: 0-2
Fake Razor Ramon: 0-2
Giant Gonzales: 0-2
Robert Gibson: 0-2
Duane Gill/Gillberg: 0-2
Mark Jindrak: 0-2
Kamala: 0-2
Kato: 0-2
Gail Kim: 0-2
K-Kwik: 0-2
Paul London: 0-2
Ricky Morton: 0-2
Nunzio: 0-2
"Cowboy" Bob Orton: 0-2
Tarantula: 0-2
Zeus: 0-2
Garrison Cade: 0-3
Judy Martin: 0-3
Ken Patera: 0-3
Skinner: 0-3
Leilani Kai: 0-4
Adam Bomb/Bryan Clark: 0-5
Stacy Keibler: 0-5
Dawn Marie (ECW): 0-5
Boris Zhukov: 0-5
"Superfly" Jimmy Snuka: 0-6
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PPV: 2004 Taboo Tuesday
Date: 10/19/04
Location: Bradley Center (Milwaukee)


Raw only PPV here, and they need some help as they are down 5-1 in the head to head battle with SD as far as brand PPVs go at the moment. This was a PPV where fans voted on what went down.

Before we start things off, it is announced that the Divas will be in schoolgirl outfits for their battle royal later on.

Chris Jericho (c) vs Shelton Benjamin for the Intercontinental Title
Fans voted Shelton to get the match ahead of 14 other people, Batista being the next closest in votes. They trade armdrags to get this going. Shelton gets an armbar in. Jericho gets some chops in. Jericho gets backdropped to the floor on a charge. Back in, Benjamin backs him into the corner and hits a slap to the chest. Benjamin charges into a boot and Jericho hits a running enzuigiri. Benjamin misses on a dropkick. Jericho hits a backbreaker. Benjamin sunset flips Jericho for a nearfall. He catches Jericho going up and superplexes him. They both get up and slug it out. Benjamin hits a flying clothesline and the leg whip. Jericho hits a bulldog but the Lionsault misses. Benjamin heads up and hits a flying lariat. Benjamin misses on a splash in the corner. Jericho goes for the Walls, but Benjamin counters to a roll up for a nearfall. Jericho hits the Lionsault but it only gets two. Benjamin whips Jericho to the corner and Jericho stops and springboards off. Too bad it is right into a T-Bone Suplex and Benjamin becomes the new champ. Pretty good match right here, loved Benjamin back in the day. Afterwards, Jericho congratulates the man.

We go to the back where Edge, Chris Benoit and Shawn Michaels are. They plead their case to be the challenger to Triple H. Edge says he should be picked because it is only fair, Benoit wants to end the HHH reign of terror and HBK, even though he is hurt, will try his hardest to win. HBK ends up winning the vote just ahead of Edge, who does not look pleased. This also means that Edge and Benoit will challenge for the tag titles later on.

Trish Stratus (c) vs Jazz vs Nidia vs Stacy Keibler vs Victoria vs Molly Holly vs Gail Kim in a Fulfill Your Fantasy Battle Royal for the Women's Title
King can't control himself as the ladies come out, except for Molly. JR says she looks like a libriarian from Oklahoma. JJazz strips Nidia down and ends up tossing her out really quick. Victoria then dropkicks Jazz out. Gail tries to huracanrana Victoria out, but Victoria hangs on and Gail is eliminated. Trish and Molly double slingshot Victoria out. Stacy gets doubled by Molly and Trish, with Molly ending up throwing her out. Trish jumps Molly from behind and tosses her out to retain. This was awful, but the ladies looked good, besides Molly.

Todd Grisham is in the back with La Resistance. They are complaining about not being prepared for their opponents and that they will be competing under protest. We then get a recap of the Lita/Kane/Gene Snitsky story. It wasn't Gene's fault that Lita lost her baby. Kane thinks otherwise.

Kane w/Lita vs Gene Snitsky in a Chain Match
Fans chose the chain over a steel pipe and a chair. Snitsky runs off to start. Kane chases him with the chain and clotheslines Snitsky with it. Kane wraps his fist with the chain and drills Snistky to the floor. Kane starts to wrap his fist up again, but Snitsky pulls him into the post. Snitsky whips Kane with the chain and chokes him with it. Snitsky drops some elbows. They then slug it out. Snitsky chokes Kane again. Snitsku hits a sideslam. They then hit each other with a big boot. Lita takes the chain away from Snitsky. Kane grabs the chain and goes after Snitsky. Snitsky kicks the steps into Kane's legs though. Snitsky drills Kane with a chair and chokes with the chain. Snitsky puts Kaneís neck in the chair and jumps off the top rope onto the chair. Kane spits up blood and Snitsky gets the pin to end it. Kane gets put on a stretcher. As it is getting rolled out, Snitsky tips it over to add insult to injury. For what this was, I was rather pleased with the match. This could have been terrible, but it was a good, power vs power type match.

To the back with Edge where he complains that he is not the one to challenge HHH later on.

Eric Bischoff vs Eugene
The loser has to do one of three things: be a servant to the winner, wear a dress for a month or get their head shaved. Results won't come until after the match is over. Bischoff gets in some kicks. Bischoff fakes a knee injury and gets a cheap shot on Eugene. This pisses Eugene off so he hits the Big Boot and follows with the Hogan Leg Drop to get the quick win. Coach, who has been on the stage announcing what the fans vote on, says that the fans voted for this to be a hair vs hair match. So Coach comes to the ring to try to get one over on everyone and says that Bischoff can be Eugene's servant for 5 minutes. Out struts Vince McMahon to put a stop to all of that. He tells Bischoff he will fire him if he doesn't get his head shaved, so Bischoff puts himself in the chair and Eugene goes to work with the clippers. Coach tries to sneak off but Vince calls him back and makes him strip down and put the dress on. Terrible match.

Edge meets HBK in the back and tells him that he should have bowed out since HBK knew that he was hurt, allowing Edge to get into the title match.

La Resistance (c) vs Chris Benoit/Edge for the World Tag Team Titles
Edge goes to work on Conway. Benoit comes in, hits a snap suplex on Conway. Edge back in but he gets caught in the wrong corner for a bit. Edge then heads to the floor to yell at a fan and Benoit has to grabhim to get his mind back on the match. Benoit hits Grenier with the worst flapjack I have ever seen. Edge back in and he gets pummeled in the wrong corner but fights out with a forearm to Conway. He Spears Conway to the outside. We get a huge brawl between the four guys now. Edge gets cornered by the heels again. Edge hits a clothesline on Grenier and gets Benoit in. Benoit comes in with some chops. Conway grabs a front facelock. Benoit fights out ith a German. Benoit tags out but the ref was too busy dealing with La Resistance to see it. Edge argues that he was tagged in but the ref is having none of it. So Edge does the only thing he can do, he walks out of the match. We follow Edge to the back, he gets his bag and leaves the arena. Benoit is able to superplex Grenier. Benoit slips out of Au Revoir and tosses Conway into Grenier. With Grenier out of the way, Benoit locks the Crossface on Conway. Conway tries to fight it but taps out as we have new champs. Pretty solid match here.

Christy Hemme vs Carmella in a Lingerie Pillow Fight
Fans chose the pillow fight over an aerobics challenge and an evening gown match. This was awful with Christy getting a pin here. The ladies were good to look at though.

We look back to Raw, where HBK hurt his knee in a triple threat match against Edge and Benoit.

Triple H (c) vs Shawn Michaels for the World Heavyweight Title
HHH corners HBK and works him over with some punches. HHH targets the knee. The ref is begging for HBK to just give it up, because he obviously can't do anything, but HBK refuses to do so. HHH locks in a figure four. The ref is about to ring the bell but HBK pulls him down and begs him to not do it. HBK is able to get to the ropes. HHH is about to wrap the leg around the post, but HBK pulls him into it. HBK counters the figure four by shoving HHH into the turnbuckle. HBK delivers a some atomic drops with the bad knee, what an idiot. He gets in a couple of rights that picks up a nearfall. HHH kicks him in the knee and goes for a Pedigree. He pushes the ref and HBK uses this to go low on HHH. HBK hits a DDT and a flying elbow. He gets ready for Sweet Chin Music, but Batista comes down. HBK takes him out and hits HHH with Sweet Chin Music. Batista gets back up and distracts the ref. Edge comes through from the crowd and hits a Spear on HBK. HHH rolls over and gets the pin to retain as Edge is yelling from the crowd that he should have been in the match. This wasn't all that great as HBK was selling the injury to a point where he wasn't able to do a whole lot.

We go to the back where Bischoff is walking around telling people not to look at him and his new do. We then get a recap leading to Flair/Orton. Flair says that to be a legend killer, you need to beat him. Orton says Flair needs to stop taking orders from HHH.

Main Event: Randy Orton vs Ric Flair in a Cage Match
Fans chose the cage over falls count anywhere and a submission match. Orton shoulderblocks Flair down. Flair gets up and gets some chops in. Orton rallies with punches and backdrops him. Flair goes up the cage, but Orton follows. Flair pokes the eye and hits a low blow. Orton gets sent into the cage and is busted open. Flair then unloads some chops. Orton reverses a whip and sends Flair into the cage, busting him open. Flair heads up the cage but Orton stops him and punches away. Orton dropkicks Flair into the cage. Flair goes up, but Orton slams him off. Orton goes up and hits a crossbody for a nearfall. Orton hits a neckbreaker for another nearfall. Flair gets some more chops in and heads for the door. Orton catches him and pulls him back in. Flair pulls out a pair of brass knuckles and drills Orton. Flair tries to go out the door, but Orton catches him. Orton drags Flair back in and Flair is able to grab a chair as he is pulled back in. Orton ducks the chair shot from Flair and hits the RKO for the win. This was a real good match, wish it was a bit longer though. Real solid job here. Flair and Orton shake hands afterwards.

Grade: C
Take out the Diva matches,Bischoff/Eugene and maybe get a better WHC match and this gets a much better grade. Flair made Orton look like a star. We start to see the Edge heel turn a little bit here. Not too bad of a showing here.

Running Tally of Wrestler W/L Record (I know, silly, but, whatever, just for fun, excluding battle royals and royal rumbles):
Rick Steiner: 5-0
"Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich: 5-0
Fabulous Moolah: 4-0
Max Mini: 3-0
Mo: 3-0
Tiger Ali Singh: 3-0
Nicole Bass: 2-0
Butterbean: 2-0
Bertha Faye: 2-0
Hillbilly Jim: 2-0
Mordecai: 2-0
Mr. T: 2-0
Nova: 2-0
Rockin' Robin: 2-0
Kenzo Suzuki: 2-0
Noriyo Tateno: 2-0
Itsuki Yamazaki: 2-0
Perro Aguayo: 1-0
Ted Arcidi: 1-0
Lioness Asuka: 1-0
Cheesy: 1-0
El Canek: 1-0
Hector Garza: 1-0
The Great Sasuke: 1-0
Haiti Kid: 1-0
Bruce Hart: 1-0
Keith Hart: 1-0
Earl Hebner: 1-0
Christy Hemme: 0-1
Paul Heyman: 1-0
Sam Houston: 1-0
Jackyl: 1-0
Koji Kitao: 1-0
Aja Kong: 1-0
Little Beaver: 1-0
Jose Lothario: 1-0
Hugh Morrus: 1-0
Queasy: 1-0
Rad Radford: 1-0
Wendi Richter: 1-0
Giant Silva: 1-0
Dick Slater: 1-0
Sleezy: 1-0
Sniper: 1-0
Gene Snitsky: 1-0
Johnny Stamboli: 1-0
Lawrence Taylor: 1-0
Genichiro Tenryu: 1-0
Tomoko Watanabe: 1-0
Mae Young: 1-0
Tom Zenk: 1-0
Tugboat/Typhoon: 6-1
"Jumpin" Jim Brunzell: 3-1
Doug Furnas: 3-1
Phil LaFon: 3-1
B. Brian Blair: 2-1
Tully Blanchard: 2-1
Jesus Castillo: 2-1
Jimmy Del Rey: 2-1
Jose Estrada Jr: 2-1
Miss Kitty/The Kat: 2-1
Kurrgan/Interrogator: 2-1
Brian Pillman: 2-1
Jim Powers: 2-1
"The Natural" Butch Reed: 2-1
Tama: 2-1
Ultimate Warrior: 15-2
Sable: 9-2
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat: 8-2
Torrie Wilson: 7-2
Goldberg: 5-2
Stevie Richards: 5-2
Terry Funk/Chainsaw Charlie: 3-2
Brian Knobs: 3-2
Harley Race: 3-2
Rico: 3-2
Joey Sags: 3-2
Thrasher: 9-3
Randy Orton: 8-3
Tatanka: 7-3-1
Jamie Noble: 6-3
"Ravishing" Rick Rude: 6-3-1
Junkyard Dog: 5-3
Tom Pritchard/Zip: 5-3
Dynamite Kid: 5-3-1
Batista: 4-3
King Kong Bundy: 4-3
Earthquake/Golga: 10-4
Mosh/Chaz: 9-4
Scott Steiner: 9-4
Tazz: 7-4
Shelton Benjamin: 6-4
Demolition Ax: 6-4
Charlie Haas: 6-4
Jazz: 5-4
Spike Dudley: 9-5
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan: 9-5
John Cena: 8-5
Ahmed Johnson: 8-5
Brian Christopher/Grandmaster Sexay: 7-5
Bull Buchanan/Recon: 6-5
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart: 11-6
Scott Taylor/Scotty 2 Hotty: 10-6
Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake: 7-6
Ivory: 7-6
"Macho Man" Randy Savage: 18-7
Brock Lesnar: 14-8-1
Hawk: 12-8-1
Val Venis: 13-9
Animal: 12-9-1
Savio Vega: 11-9
Hulk Hogan/Mr. America: 21-11
Ken Shamrock: 15-12
Razor Ramon/Scott Hall: 15-13
Eddie Guererro: 29-17
Roadie/Jesse James/Road Dogg: 22-18-1
Bret "Hitman" Hart: 34-20-1
British Bulldog: 24-20-2
Blue Blazer/Owen Hart: 28-22
Kurt Angle: 33-25
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: 33-27
Edge/Conquistador: 29-27
The Rock: 35-30-2
Undertaker: 62-34-2
Triple H: 47-38-2
Ludwig Borga: 1-1
Corporal Kirchner: 1-1
Debra: 1-1
Dory Funk Jr: 1-1
Zach Gowan: 1-1
Billy Jack Haynes: 1-1
Jamal: 1-1
Kanyon: 1-1
Rodney Mack: 1-1
Velvet McIntyre: 1-1
Miss Jackie: 1-1
Moondog Spot: 1-1
Mosaic: 1-1
Nailz: 1-1
Chris Nowinski: 1-1
Sean O'Haire: 1-1
Luther Reigns: 1-1
Sapphire: 1-1
Big John Studd: 1-1
Tyson Tomko: 1-1
Arn Anderson: 2-2
Danny Basham: 2-2
Doug Basham: 2-2
Alundra Blayze: 2-2
Jonathan Coachman: 2-2
Eugene: 2-2
Bobby Heenan: 2-2
Diamond Dallas Page: 2-2
Miguel Perez: 2-2
Red Rooster: 2-2
Rosey: 2-2
Dusty Rhodes: 3-3
Skip: 3-3
Bushwhacker Butch: 4-4
Bushwhacker Luke: 4-4
Taka Michinoku: 4-4
Paul Roma: 4-4
Virgil: 4-4
Lex Luger: 4-4-1
Sylvain Grenier: 5-5
Victoria: 5-5
The Warlord: 5-5
Demolition Smash/Repo Man: 7-7
Steve Blackman: 8-8
Chyna: 9-9
Big Boss Man: 15-15
Billy Gunn/Rockabilly/Billy: 27-27-1
Bob Backlund: 1-2
Justin Credible: 1-2
"Dangerous" Danny Davis: 1-2
Dean Douglas: 1-2
"Rugged" Ronnie Garvin: 1-2
Hakushi: 1-2
Barry Horowitz/Red Knight: 1-2
Maven: 1-2
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley: 1-2
The Patriot: 1-2
Terri Runnels: 1-2
Sato: 1-2
Sensational Sherri: 1-2
Shawn Stasiak: 1-2
Teiho: 1-2
Togo: 1-2
Beau Beverly: 2-3
Blake Beverly: 2-3
Chainz/DiBiase's Undertaker: 2-3
Funaki: 2-3
The Iron Sheik/Col. Mustafa: 2-3
Pierre: 1-3
Barry Windham/The Stalker: 1-3
One Man Gang/Akeem: 3-4
Chuck Palumbo/Chuck: 3-4
Sgt. Slaughter: 3-4
Tori: 2-4
Adrian Adonis: 1-4
Matt Borne/Doink: 1-4
Darren Drozdov/Droz: 1-4
Tanaka: 1-4
The Barbarian/Sione: 4-5
Chavo Guerrero Jr: 4-5
Ray Rougeau: 4-5-1
Gangrel: 3-5
Scorpio/Flash Funk: 3-5
Samu: 2-5
Luna Vachon: 2-5
Bad News Brown: 1-5
Paul Orndorff: 1-5
Raven: 1-5
Dino Bravo: 4-6
Rene Dupree: 4-6
Billy Kidman: 4-6
Dean Malenko: 4-6
Vince McMahon: 4-6
Nikolai Volkoff: 4-6
Eli Blu/8 Ball: 3-6
Jacob Blu/Skull: 3-6
Rob Conway: 2-6
Hurricane Helms/The Hurricane: 2-6
Rhyno: 5-7
Haku: 4-7
Andre the Giant: 3-7
Honky Tonk Man: 2-7
Don Muraco: 1-7
Koko B. Ware: 1-7
Crash Holly: 7-8
Mr. Perfect: 6-8
Perry Saturn: 5-8
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper: 4-8
Lance Storm: 3-8
Bart Gunn: 8-9
Marc Mero: 8-9
Mark Henry: 7-9
Shane McMahon: 7-9
Psycho Sid: 6-9
Rick Martel: 5-9
Kama/Godfather/Goodfather: 9-10
Ric Flair: 8-10
Molly Holly/Mighty Molly: 5-10
Jerry "The King" Lawler: 5-10
Mike Rotunda/I.R.S: 5-10
Lita: 4-10
Jake "The Snake" Roberts: 9-11-1
Jacques Rougeau/The Mountie: 8-11-1
Bam Bam Bigelow: 7-11
Tajiri: 5-11
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine/Blue Knight: 5-11
Jacqueline: 1-11
Stephen Regal/William Regal: 11-12
Mabel/Viscera: 7-12
Tito Santana: 7-12
Marty Jannety: 6-12
Henry Godwinn/Mark Canterbury: 5-12
Rey Mysterio: 3-12
"Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase: 9-13
Yokozuna: 9-13
Diesel/Kevin Nash: 8-13-1
Hercules: 4-13
D-Lo Brown: 9-14
Vader: 7-14
Prince Albert/Albert/A-Train: 4-14
Trish Stratus: 12-15
Phineas Godwinn/Dennis Knight/Mideon: 5-15
Crush/Brian Adams: 4-15
Fatu/Sultan/Rikishi: 14-16
Rob Van Dam: 14-16
Al Snow/Leif Cassidy: 8-17
Bob Holly/Hardcore Holly: 9-18
Test: 7-18
Booker T: 10-19
Jeff Jarrett: 10-19
Bradshaw/John Bradshaw Layfield: 18-22
Chris Benoit: 22-23
Faarooq/Ron Simmons: 15-23
Jeff Hardy: 14-23
Matt Hardy: 13-24
Mankind/Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mick Foley: 17-26-1
Big Show: 16-26
Dustin Rhodes/Goldust/Dustin Runnels: 13-26
Christian/Conquistador: 25-28
X-Pac/1-2-3 Kid: 22-28
Shawn Michaels: 28-29-3
Bubba Ray Dudley: 21-29
D-Von Dudley: 19-29
Chris Jericho: 29-31
Kane/Isaac Yankem/Fake Diesel: 30-35-1
Joey Abs: 0-1
General Adnan: 0-1
Aguila: 0-1
Akio: 0-1
Captain Lou Albano: 0-1
Chapparita Asari: 0-1
Mike Awesome: 0-1
BB: 0-1
Bastion Booger: 0-1
Battalion: 0-1
Berzerker: 0-1
Blackjack Mulligan: 0-1
Blue Meanie: 0-1
Carmella (Diva Search): 0-1
Scott Casey: 0-1
Donna Christianello: 0-1
Conquistador Dos: 0-1
Conquistador Uno: 0-1
James Cornette: 0-1
Duke "The Dumpster" Droese: 0-1
Paul Ellering: 0-1
Jerry Estrada: 0-1
Jimmy Jack Funk: 0-1
Mr. Fuji: 0-1
Tony Garea: 0-1
Pete Gas: 0-1
Jeff Gaylord/Black Knight: 0-1
The Genius: 0-1
Executioner/Terry Gordy: 0-1
Fuerza Guerrera: 0-1
Sakie Hasegawa: 0-1
Michael Hayes: 0-1
Heavy Metal: 0-1
Kyoko Inoue: 0-1
Nathan Jones: 0-1
SD Jones: 0-1
Buddy Landell: 0-1
Little Tokyo: 0-1
Teddy Long: 0-1
Lord Littlebrooke: 0-1
Dawn Marie (non ECW): 0-1
Waylon Mercy: 0-1
Shannon Moore: 0-1
Pedro Morales: 0-1
Matt Morgan: 0-1
Bull Nakano: 0-1
Nidia: 0-1
Pantera: 0-1
Nick Patrick: 0-1
Pink: 0-1
Ivan Putski: 0-1
Scott Putski: 0-1
Essa Rios: 0-1
Rodney: 0-1
The Executioner/Buddy Rose: 0-1
Jim Ross: 0-1
David Sammartino: 0-1
Dan Severn: 0-1
Shaniqua: 0-1
"Iron" Mike Sharpe: 0-1
Spanky/Brian Kendrick: 0-1
George "The Animal" Steele: 0-1
Ultimo Dragon: 0-1
Uncle Elmer: 0-1
George Wells: 0-1
Wink: 0-1
"Outlaw" Ron Bass: 0-2
Dink: 0-2
El Torito: 0-2
Fake Razor Ramon: 0-2
Giant Gonzales: 0-2
Robert Gibson: 0-2
Duane Gill/Gillberg: 0-2
Mark Jindrak: 0-2
Kamala: 0-2
Kato: 0-2
Gail Kim: 0-2
K-Kwik: 0-2
Paul London: 0-2
Ricky Morton: 0-2
Nunzio: 0-2
"Cowboy" Bob Orton: 0-2
Tarantula: 0-2
Zeus: 0-2
Eric Bischoff: 0-3
Garrison Cade: 0-3
Judy Martin: 0-3
Ken Patera: 0-3
Skinner: 0-3
Leilani Kai: 0-4
Adam Bomb/Bryan Clark: 0-5
Stacy Keibler: 0-5
Dawn Marie (ECW): 0-5
Boris Zhukov: 0-5
"Superfly" Jimmy Snuka: 0-6
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PPV: 2004 Survivor Series
Date: 11/14/04
Location: Gund Arena (Cleveland)


Both brands represented here.

Spike Dudley (c) vs Chavo Guererro vs Billy Kidman vs Rey Mysterio in a Fatal 4 Way Match for the Cruiserweight Title
Chavo goes at Kidman and Rey goes after Spike to start things off. Spike takes out Rey and he and Kidman double on Chavo. Kidman turns on Spike and hits a dropkick but gets sent to the floor by Rey. Rey and Chavo fight with Rey hitting a huracanrana. He sendss Chavo out and gets jumped Spike. Spike tosses Rey and Chavo comes back in. Chavo and Spike take each other out with clotheslines. Rey and Kidman fight on the apron. Rey huracaranas Kidman to the floor, that was quite nice. Chavo tosses Rey on Kidman, then planchas on both. Spike tries the same thing, but everyone ducks out of the way. Kidman and Chavo get in the ring. Kidman begs off, but Chavo hits a backdrop. He hits a backdrop suplex, but Spike breaks up the pin. Spike atomic drops Chavo and hits a clothesline. Soike tosses Rey out again and heads to the top. Chavo catches Spike and Kidman joins in hitting an electric chair superplex. Rey comes in to tryo to get a cover, but Kidman breaks it up. Kidman hits the Rydien Bomb and goes up. Chavo knocks him to the floor though. Spike spears Chavo out and goes for the Dudley Dog on Rey. Rey counters by tossing him to the ropes. Rey gets the 619. Rey tries to Drop the Dime but Kidman catches him. Chavo hits the Gory Bomb. Kidman breaks up the count, but Rey takes him out. With Chavo out after the dust settles, Spike rolls in and makes to the cover to get the win. Great start to the show here. Wish they would have had more time, seemed a bit rush at times to get some of the spots in.

We go to the back where Heidenreich and Snitsky give some kind words to each other, Snitsky enjoys Heidenreich's poetry. Classic.

Shelton Benjamin (c) vs Christian w/Tyson Tomko for the Intercontinental Title
Benjamin gets out of a wristlock and takes Christian down with a flying shoulderblock. Christian slaps him. Benjamin rams Christianís head into the mat. Christian tosses him, but Benjamin skins the cat back up and springboards into a neckbreaker for, wow! Christian beats him down in the corner. Benjamin lands on his feet off a monkey flip and flapjacks Christian. They head outside where Tomko distracts Benjamin and Christian knocks him off the apron. Christian beats Benjamin down. Benjamin rallies with a crossbody. Christian goes to a chinlock. Christian tosses Benjamin to the outside. Tomko rams Benjamin into the apron and tosses him back in. Christian hits Benjamin with an inverted tornado DDT for a nearfall. Christian slaps him around. Benjamin reverses a whip, and Christian hits the turnbuckle hard. Benjamin ducks a clothesline and hits a Russian Leg Sweep for a nearfall. Christian tries a reverse neckbreaker, but Benjamin counters to a reverse slingshot suplex. Benjamin misses a charge and Christian hits an implant DDT for two. Tomko tosses in the belt to distract the ref. The ref sees Christian with the belt and yanks it away. Benjamin hits a flying crossbody for a nearfall. Tomko hits Benjamin with a boot as the ref was removing the belt from the ring. Christian makes the cover but can't finish Benjamin off. Benjamin goes for the T-Bone, but Tomko interferes. Benjamin takes Tomko out with a leg whip. Christian goes for the Unprettier, but Benjamin leaps over him and finishes with the T-Bone Suplex to retain the title. Now that was an awesome match, make sure to catch this one!

To the back where Kurt Angle and Edge are face to face. Angle brings up Edge's new book and makes fun of Edge for not winning a world title. Edge says that will change once his team wins their match later on. Eugene then comes and is praising Angle before bringing up the "You Suck" chant, iritating Angle.

Team Angle (Kurt Angle/Mark Jindrak/Luther Reigns/Carlito Caribbean Cool) w/Jesus vs Team Guererro (Eddie Guererro/Big Show/John Cena/Rob Van Dam) in a Classic Survivor Series Match
Cena goes after Jesus and Carlito, chasing them all the way to the parking lot. Story here is that Cena was stabbed by Jesus at a club, in order to help Carlito become US Champ, I believe this was the story, could be wrong here. Cena beats up Jesus as they make their way to the parking lot, trying to get to Carlito in the process. Carlito and Jesus carjack someone and drive away, so I guess this eliminates Carlito and the match I believe has not started. Cena start to make his way back to the ring to meet back with his squad. Show yanks Jindrak into the ring to get things going. Show slaps Jindrak around. RVD tags in and hits a stepover spinkick. Eddie comes in with the slingshot senton. RVD hits Rolling Thunder for a nearfall. Eddie hits a belly-to-belly. Reigns decides he needs to come in to put a stop to Jindrak getting a beating. Eddie takes Reigns and Jindrak out with a headscissors and armdrag combo. Angle jumps him from behind to get the heels some sort of momentum. Reigns hits some backbreakers. Jindrak comes in with a Full Nelson. The heels continue to tag in and out, keeping Eddie away from his team. Eddie hits a jawbreaker on Jindrak, but Angle cuts off the tag. Jindrak grabs a reverse bearhug. Eddie elbows out and huracaranas Jindrak.RVD gets tagged. Angle comes in and is hit with a thrust kick. RVD goes up for the Five Star Frogsplash. Jindrak tries to pull Angle away, so RVD hits him with the Five Star Frogsplash instead. Angle rolls up RVD and grabs the ropes, but the ref does not see this, and is able to pin RVD to get rid of him. Down to all Reigns/Angle/Jindrak vs Show/Eddie/Cena. The faces are in outrage that Angle used the ropes and try to plead their case to no avail. Eddie gets some payback and cradles Jindrak and gets his feet on the ropes to help secure the pin, eliminating Jindrak. Down to Reigns/Angle vs Show/Eddie/Cena. Reigns and Show go at it. Reigns clips his knee. Show is able to rally and hits the Chokeslam to get rid of him in quick fashion. Down to Angle vs Show/Eddie/Cena. Angle gets the Angle Lock on Show. Show reverses it, tossing Angle outside. Angle is about to walkout, having enough of this match. RVD returns and chases Angle back to the ring. Cena hits the FU, Eddie follows with the Frogsplash and Angle takes the pin. Wish they didn't do the quick eliminations like they did, match could have been much better with some extra time.

To the back where Coachman is interviewing Maven. He questions whether Maven is a main eventer or not. Maven is about to show his case until Snitsky comes and destroys him, busting Maven open. We then get a recap of the feud betweein Heidenreich and Undertaker.

Heidenreich w/Paul Heyman vs Undertaker
Taker lays into Heidenreich and chases the ref out of the ring. Taker charges into an elbow but is able to hit big boot. Taker drops a pair of elbows. Taker works the shoulder. He tosses Heidenreich into the turnbuckle and goes up for Old School. Heyman distracts the ref and Heidenreich hits a low blow. Heidenreich crotches Taker into the post. Heidenreich punches away. Taker rams a forearm into the throat. He follows it up with a legdrop on the apron. Taker gets in Old School. Taker hits a flatliner for a nearfall. Taker charges but crotches himself on a big boot try. Heidenreich knocks him off the apron into the barrier. Heidenreich gets a boot. He gets in a chinlock. Taker elbows out but eats a clothesline. Taker punches back, but Heidenreich drills him with a flying clothesline. Heidenreich misses an elbow. Taker counters a suplex to one of his own. Heidenreich tosses him to the outside. Taker hangs him off the top rope and goes up. Taker hits a flying clothesline for a nearfall. Taker clotheslines him in the corner. Snake eyes leads to a boot to a leg drop for a nearfall. Taker goes for the chokeslam, but Heidenreich counters with a knee shot. Heidenreich catches Taker with a sidewalk slam for two. He argues with the ref for a slow count. Heidenreich goes up for a series of punches. Taker counters to the Last Ride but Heidenreich is able to grab the ropes. Taker counters a sleeper to a backdrop suplex. Taker hits a flying clothesline and a Chokeslam. Taker hits a Tombstone to finally end this. Man, was this a drag.

We go to Eric Bischoff who tells us that Maven is probably not going to be able to compete. Bischoff won't give a replacement to the team that Maven is on because he doesn't want to hear complaints from Triple H. We then get a recap leading to the Trish/Lita match. Lita recently lost her "baby" because of Snitsky. Trish claims Lita is the walking kiss of death.

Trish Stratus (c) vs Lita for the Women's Title
Lita takes Trish down and smacks her. They head to the outside. Lita drop toeholds her into a chair. Lita grabs a chair and hits Trish, resulting in a DQ. Lita snaps and puts Trish in a rear naked choke. The refs pull Lita off her and send her to the back. Trish freaks out as she sees her own blood spilling. Well, that was a waste.

To the back where Team Guererro are trying to figure out why Cena does not have any scars from his stab wound. Well, the doctors hooked it up, that's why. Teddy Long comes in and wants to have a word with Cena. Long makes a match between Cena and Carlito on SD for the US Title. We then get a recap leading up to the John Bradshaw Layfield/Booker T match. Booker pinned JBL in a tag match, first time JBL was pinned since Wrestlemania I believe. JBL claims that Booker is not in his league. JBL says that he will leave SD if he does not retain the title.

John Bradshaw Layfield w/Orlando Jordan (c) vs Booker T for the WWE Title
Booker chops him down. Booker counters a hiptoss to a clothesline. He follows up with a hook kick. JBL bails and jumps Booker when they get back in the ring. JBL hits a forearm to the back. Booker comes back with a backdrop and clotheslines JBL over the top. They brawl near the Raw announce table. Jordan takes a cheapshot at Booker. JBL goes to the Cobra Clutch. JBL drops some elbows and gets a nearfall. Booker elbows out of a sleeper but runs into a back elbow. JBL goes up, but Booker catches him and hits a superplex. JBL tosses Booker to the outside. Jordan jumps Booker, but Booker tosses him into the post. JBL goes out and he gets a Bookend on the floor. Booker takes Jordan out with the scissors kick and tosses JBL back in. Booker hits a missile dropkick but JBL is able to get to the ropes on the pin attempt. Booker hits a sideslam and goes up. Jordan distracts Booker long enough for JBL to avoid the Harlem Hangover. JBL goes to the sleeper. Booker comes back with clotheslines and a spin kick. He hits a bicycle kick for a nearfall. Booker goes for the scissors kick, but Jordan trips him up. JBL hits a DDT for a nearfall. Booker whips JBL, but right into the ref. Jordan jumps Booker and grabs a chair. Jordan starts to get back in the ring but gets taken out by Josh Mathews, the two had a match on SD prior to this. JBL takes Mathews out with a Clothesline from Hell. Booker nails the scissors kick. A new ref runs down but Orlando Jordan pulls him out as he makes the count. Booker hits the Bookend on Jordan. JBL recovers and drills Booker with the title as the original ref recovers and counts the pinfall. Overall, this was pretty decent.

To the back where Evolution is getting ready for the match upcoming. Batista says that he has talked to Snitsky and Edge about the incident from the week before. HHH says that after tonight, they will run Raw. Doesn't he already run Raw at this point, I mean, let's be honest. We then get a recap leading up to the main event. Bischoff took the night of on Raw and Evolution tried to run the show, only everyone went against Evolution. Bischoff makes the ME, and the winning team gets to run Raw (each member gets to run Raw for one week). Well, Snitsky and Edge like that, because they are going to use their power to get a title shot against HHH. HHH does not like that at all and all hell seems like it will break lose due to this.

Main Event: Team Orton (Randy Orton/Chris Benoit/Chris Jericho/Maven) vs Team HHH (Triple H/Batista/Edge/Gene Snitsky) w/Ric Flair in a Classic Survivor Series Match
Benoit starts with Edge and smacks him around. Snitsky and Orton come in. Orton beats him down. Jericho comes in and kicks Snitsky down in the corner. Jericho charges into a clothesline. Orton and HHH go at it. Orton stomps away in the corner but takes a high knee. Batista powerslams Orton and tags Edge. Edge stomps him. Benoit comes in and suplexes all the heels. Benoit snap suplexes Edge on HHH and goes up. He hits the Headbutt on both guys. Snitsky makes the save though. Benoit puts HHH in the sharpshooter, but Snitsky saves. Benoit gets the Crossface on Edge. But, HHH is able to come in and hits the Pedigree to get rid of Benoit. Down to Jericho/Orton vs all the heels. Edge tags both both HHH and Snitsky. Snitsky and HHH argue over whoís legal. This leads to Batista and Snitsky going face to face. Jericho puts HHH in the Walls. Batista makes the save. Jericho goes for the Lionsault, but Flair interferes. The ref catches him and sends Flair to the back. Batista nails Orton and Jericho with a clothesline. He hits Jericho with a spinebuster. Orton grabs Batista from the outside and hits him with HHH's title. Jericho hits an enzuigiri and that is enough to get rid of Batista. Down to Orton/Jericho vs HHH/Edge/Snitsky and Flair has been sent to the back.
Batista is pissed so he takes Jericho out before leaving. Snitsky chokes Jericho out. Edge comes in but takes the sleeper drop and both men are out. Snitsky comes back in and takes on Jericho and Orton. Edge and HHH stomp Orton on the outside as Jericho hits Snitsky with a DDT. Jericho tries to make the tag, but Orton is taking a beating outside. Maven makes his way to the ring and the faces get an reinforcement. Maven tags in and tosses Edge and Snitsky. He nails HHH with a flying bulldog, but Snitsky crushes him with a chairshot. The ref sees it and DQís Snitsky. Snitsky drills Jericho and Orton with the chair before leaving.Down to Maven/Jericho/Orton vs Edge/HHH.
Maven is still out, so HHH rolls over and covers him to eliminate him. Down to Jericho/Orton vs Edge/HHH. Jericho backdrops out of a Pedigree. Edge comes in and hits a Spear on Jericho to get rid of him and Orton is left to fend for himself. The heels slap him around. HHH hits a DDT for a nearfall. Edge tags in but takes a powerslam. Edge nearly takes out HHH on a charge. Orton dropkicks them into one another and cradles Edge for two. Orton turns right into a spinebuster. HHH is about to finish him off, but Edge accidentally takes him out with a Spear. Edge then turns into a RKO and we are down to one on one. Orton tries another RKO, but HHH goes low. HHH goes for the Pedigree, but Orton reverses to the RKO and gets the win for his team. Slow to start, but this picked up quick. Nice ME right here.

Grade: C-
The Raw portion of the show was pretty good. The IC title match was great and the ME was a good one too. The SD part of the show kind of brings this down a bit. Taker/Heidenreich was boring. JBL/Booker was not terrible, but nothing great either. The SD 4 on 4 match was not all that great with all the quick finishes leading to the fast finish. PPV is worth watching though.


Running Tally of Wrestler W/L Record (I know, silly, but, whatever, just for fun, excluding battle royals and royal rumbles):
Rick Steiner: 5-0
"Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich: 5-0
Fabulous Moolah: 4-0
Max Mini: 3-0
Mo: 3-0
Tiger Ali Singh: 3-0
Nicole Bass: 2-0
Butterbean: 2-0
Bertha Faye: 2-0
Hillbilly Jim: 2-0
Mordecai: 2-0
Mr. T: 2-0
Nova: 2-0
Rockin' Robin: 2-0
Kenzo Suzuki: 2-0
Noriyo Tateno: 2-0
Itsuki Yamazaki: 2-0
Perro Aguayo: 1-0
Ted Arcidi: 1-0
Lioness Asuka: 1-0
Cheesy: 1-0
El Canek: 1-0
Hector Garza: 1-0
The Great Sasuke: 1-0
Haiti Kid: 1-0
Bruce Hart: 1-0
Keith Hart: 1-0
Earl Hebner: 1-0
Christy Hemme: 0-1
Paul Heyman: 1-0
Sam Houston: 1-0
Jackyl: 1-0
Koji Kitao: 1-0
Aja Kong: 1-0
Little Beaver: 1-0
Jose Lothario: 1-0
Hugh Morrus: 1-0
Queasy: 1-0
Rad Radford: 1-0
Wendi Richter: 1-0
Giant Silva: 1-0
Dick Slater: 1-0
Sleezy: 1-0
Sniper: 1-0
Johnny Stamboli: 1-0
Lawrence Taylor: 1-0
Genichiro Tenryu: 1-0
Tomoko Watanabe: 1-0
Mae Young: 1-0
Tom Zenk: 1-0
Tugboat/Typhoon: 6-1
"Jumpin" Jim Brunzell: 3-1
Doug Furnas: 3-1
Phil LaFon: 3-1
B. Brian Blair: 2-1
Tully Blanchard: 2-1
Jesus Castillo: 2-1
Jimmy Del Rey: 2-1
Jose Estrada Jr: 2-1
Miss Kitty/The Kat: 2-1
Kurrgan/Interrogator: 2-1
Brian Pillman: 2-1
Jim Powers: 2-1
"The Natural" Butch Reed: 2-1
Tama: 2-1
Ultimate Warrior: 15-2
Sable: 9-2
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat: 8-2
Torrie Wilson: 7-2
Goldberg: 5-2
Stevie Richards: 5-2
Terry Funk/Chainsaw Charlie: 3-2
Brian Knobs: 3-2
Harley Race: 3-2
Rico: 3-2
Joey Sags: 3-2
Randy Orton: 9-3
Thrasher: 9-3
Tatanka: 7-3-1
Jamie Noble: 6-3
"Ravishing" Rick Rude: 6-3-1
Junkyard Dog: 5-3
Tom Pritchard/Zip: 5-3
Dynamite Kid: 5-3-1
King Kong Bundy: 4-3
Earthquake/Golga: 10-4
Mosh/Chaz: 9-4
Scott Steiner: 9-4
Shelton Benjamin: 7-4
Tazz: 7-4
Demolition Ax: 6-4
Charlie Haas: 6-4
Jazz: 5-4
Spike Dudley: 10-5
John Cena: 9-5
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan: 9-5
Ahmed Johnson: 8-5
Brian Christopher/Grandmaster Sexay: 7-5
Bull Buchanan/Recon: 6-5
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart: 11-6
Scott Taylor/Scotty 2 Hotty: 10-6
Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake: 7-6
Ivory: 7-6
"Macho Man" Randy Savage: 18-7
Brock Lesnar: 14-8-1
Hawk: 12-8-1
Val Venis: 13-9
Animal: 12-9-1
Savio Vega: 11-9
Hulk Hogan/Mr. America: 21-11
Ken Shamrock: 15-12
Razor Ramon/Scott Hall: 15-13
Eddie Guererro: 30-17
Roadie/Jesse James/Road Dogg: 22-18-1
Bret "Hitman" Hart: 34-20-1
British Bulldog: 24-20-2
Blue Blazer/Owen Hart: 28-22
Kurt Angle: 33-26
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: 33-27
Edge/Conquistador: 29-28
The Rock: 35-30-2
Undertaker: 63-34-2
Triple H: 47-39-2
Ludwig Borga: 1-1
Corporal Kirchner: 1-1
Debra: 1-1
Dory Funk Jr: 1-1
Zach Gowan: 1-1
Billy Jack Haynes: 1-1
Jamal: 1-1
Kanyon: 1-1
Rodney Mack: 1-1
Velvet McIntyre: 1-1
Miss Jackie: 1-1
Moondog Spot: 1-1
Mosaic: 1-1
Nailz: 1-1
Chris Nowinski: 1-1
Sean O'Haire: 1-1
Sapphire: 1-1
Gene Snitsky: 1-1
Big John Studd: 1-1
Tyson Tomko: 1-1
Arn Anderson: 2-2
Danny Basham: 2-2
Doug Basham: 2-2
Alundra Blayze: 2-2
Jonathan Coachman: 2-2
Eugene: 2-2
Bobby Heenan: 2-2
Maven: 2-2
Diamond Dallas Page: 2-2
Miguel Perez: 2-2
Red Rooster: 2-2
Rosey: 2-2
Dusty Rhodes: 3-3
Skip: 3-3
Batista: 4-4
Bushwhacker Butch: 4-4
Bushwhacker Luke: 4-4
Taka Michinoku: 4-4
Paul Roma: 4-4
Virgil: 4-4
Lex Luger: 4-4-1
Sylvain Grenier: 5-5
Victoria: 5-5
The Warlord: 5-5
Demolition Smash/Repo Man: 7-7
Steve Blackman: 8-8
Chyna: 9-9
Big Boss Man: 15-15
Chris Benoit: 23-23
Billy Gunn/Rockabilly/Billy: 27-27-1
Bob Backlund: 1-2
Justin Credible: 1-2
"Dangerous" Danny Davis: 1-2
Dean Douglas: 1-2
"Rugged" Ronnie Garvin: 1-2
Hakushi: 1-2
Barry Horowitz/Red Knight: 1-2
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley: 1-2
The Patriot: 1-2
Luther Reigns: 1-2
Terri Runnels: 1-2
Sato: 1-2
Sensational Sherri: 1-2
Shawn Stasiak: 1-2
Teiho: 1-2
Togo: 1-2
Beau Beverly: 2-3
Blake Beverly: 2-3
Chainz/DiBiase's Undertaker: 2-3
Funaki: 2-3
The Iron Sheik/Col. Mustafa: 2-3
Pierre: 1-3
Barry Windham/The Stalker: 1-3
One Man Gang/Akeem: 3-4
Chuck Palumbo/Chuck: 3-4
Sgt. Slaughter: 3-4
Tori: 2-4
Adrian Adonis: 1-4
Matt Borne/Doink: 1-4
Darren Drozdov/Droz: 1-4
Tanaka: 1-4
The Barbarian/Sione: 4-5
Ray Rougeau: 4-5-1
Gangrel: 3-5
Scorpio/Flash Funk: 3-5
Samu: 2-5
Luna Vachon: 2-5
Bad News Brown: 1-5
Paul Orndorff: 1-5
Raven: 1-5
Dino Bravo: 4-6
Rene Dupree: 4-6
Chavo Guerrero Jr: 4-6
Dean Malenko: 4-6
Vince McMahon: 4-6
Nikolai Volkoff: 4-6
Eli Blu/8 Ball: 3-6
Jacob Blu/Skull: 3-6
Rob Conway: 2-6
Hurricane Helms/The Hurricane: 2-6
Rhyno: 5-7
Haku: 4-7
Billy Kidman: 4-7
Andre the Giant: 3-7
Honky Tonk Man: 2-7
Don Muraco: 1-7
Koko B. Ware: 1-7
Crash Holly: 7-8
Mr. Perfect: 6-8
Perry Saturn: 5-8
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper: 4-8
Lance Storm: 3-8
Bart Gunn: 8-9
Marc Mero: 8-9
Mark Henry: 7-9
Shane McMahon: 7-9
Psycho Sid: 6-9
Rick Martel: 5-9
Kama/Godfather/Goodfather: 9-10
Ric Flair: 8-10
Molly Holly/Mighty Molly: 5-10
Jerry "The King" Lawler: 5-10
Mike Rotunda/I.R.S: 5-10
Jake "The Snake" Roberts: 9-11-1
Jacques Rougeau/The Mountie: 8-11-1
Bam Bam Bigelow: 7-11
Tajiri: 5-11
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine/Blue Knight: 5-11
Lita: 4-11
Jacqueline: 1-11
Stephen Regal/William Regal: 11-12
Mabel/Viscera: 7-12
Tito Santana: 7-12
Marty Jannety: 6-12
Henry Godwinn/Mark Canterbury: 5-12
"Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase: 9-13
Yokozuna: 9-13
Diesel/Kevin Nash: 8-13-1
Hercules: 4-13
Rey Mysterio: 3-13
D-Lo Brown: 9-14
Vader: 7-14
Prince Albert/Albert/A-Train: 4-14
Trish Stratus: 13-15
Phineas Godwinn/Dennis Knight/Mideon: 5-15
Crush/Brian Adams: 4-15
Rob Van Dam: 15-16
Fatu/Sultan/Rikishi: 14-16
Al Snow/Leif Cassidy: 8-17
Bob Holly/Hardcore Holly: 9-18
Test: 7-18
Jeff Jarrett: 10-19
Booker T: 10-20
Bradshaw/John Bradshaw Layfield: 19-22
Faarooq/Ron Simmons: 15-23
Jeff Hardy: 14-23
Matt Hardy: 13-24
Big Show: 17-26
Mankind/Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mick Foley: 17-26-1
Dustin Rhodes/Goldust/Dustin Runnels: 13-26
X-Pac/1-2-3 Kid: 22-28
Shawn Michaels: 28-29-3
Christian/Conquistador: 25-29
Bubba Ray Dudley: 21-29
D-Von Dudley: 19-29
Chris Jericho: 30-31
Kane/Isaac Yankem/Fake Diesel: 30-35-1
Joey Abs: 0-1
General Adnan: 0-1
Aguila: 0-1
Akio: 0-1
Captain Lou Albano: 0-1
Chapparita Asari: 0-1
Mike Awesome: 0-1
BB: 0-1
Bastion Booger: 0-1
Battalion: 0-1
Berzerker: 0-1
Blackjack Mulligan: 0-1
Blue Meanie: 0-1
Carlito Caribbean Cool: 0-1
Carmella (Diva Search): 0-1
Scott Casey: 0-1
Donna Christianello: 0-1
Conquistador Dos: 0-1
Conquistador Uno: 0-1
James Cornette: 0-1
Duke "The Dumpster" Droese: 0-1
Paul Ellering: 0-1
Jerry Estrada: 0-1
Jimmy Jack Funk: 0-1
Mr. Fuji: 0-1
Tony Garea: 0-1
Pete Gas: 0-1
Jeff Gaylord/Black Knight: 0-1
The Genius: 0-1
Executioner/Terry Gordy: 0-1
Fuerza Guerrera: 0-1
Sakie Hasegawa: 0-1
Michael Hayes: 0-1
Heavy Metal: 0-1
Heidenreich: 0-1
Kyoko Inoue: 0-1
Nathan Jones: 0-1
SD Jones: 0-1
Buddy Landell: 0-1
Little Tokyo: 0-1
Teddy Long: 0-1
Lord Littlebrooke: 0-1
Dawn Marie (non ECW): 0-1
Waylon Mercy: 0-1
Shannon Moore: 0-1
Pedro Morales: 0-1
Matt Morgan: 0-1
Bull Nakano: 0-1
Nidia: 0-1
Pantera: 0-1
Nick Patrick: 0-1
Pink: 0-1
Ivan Putski: 0-1
Scott Putski: 0-1
Essa Rios: 0-1
Rodney: 0-1
The Executioner/Buddy Rose: 0-1
Jim Ross: 0-1
David Sammartino: 0-1
Dan Severn: 0-1
Shaniqua: 0-1
"Iron" Mike Sharpe: 0-1
Spanky/Brian Kendrick: 0-1
George "The Animal" Steele: 0-1
Ultimo Dragon: 0-1
Uncle Elmer: 0-1
George Wells: 0-1
Wink: 0-1
"Outlaw" Ron Bass: 0-2
Dink: 0-2
El Torito: 0-2
Fake Razor Ramon: 0-2
Giant Gonzales: 0-2
Robert Gibson: 0-2
Duane Gill/Gillberg: 0-2
Kamala: 0-2
Kato: 0-2
Gail Kim: 0-2
K-Kwik: 0-2
Paul London: 0-2
Ricky Morton: 0-2
Nunzio: 0-2
"Cowboy" Bob Orton: 0-2
Tarantula: 0-2
Zeus: 0-2
Eric Bischoff: 0-3
Garrison Cade: 0-3
Mark Jindrak: 0-3
Judy Martin: 0-3
Ken Patera: 0-3
Skinner: 0-3
Leilani Kai: 0-4
Adam Bomb/Bryan Clark: 0-5
Stacy Keibler: 0-5
Dawn Marie (ECW): 0-5
Boris Zhukov: 0-5
"Superfly" Jimmy Snuka: 0-6
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PPV: 2004 Armageddon
Date: 12/12/04
Location: Gwinnett Center (Duluth, GA)


SD is up 5-1 head to head against Raw PPVs. I will put this one up against Unforgiven, that got a D for Raw. Gonna need SD to flop here in order to get a win here.

Rob Van Dam/Rey Mysterio (c) vs Rene Dupree/Kenzo Suzuki w/Hiroko for the WWE Tag Titles
The faces won the titles on SD, with a little cheatin as RVD got a roll up and held on to Rey's hands for extra leaverage. Kenzo takes RVD down in a headscissors, but RVD is able to jump up out of it. RVD flips over a backdrop and hits Kenzo with a spin kick. Rey tags, and the champs hit 420. Rey takes a hard bump in the corner. Dupree tags in and sends Rey hard into the corner again. Rey slides between Dupree's legs, but Dupree hits him with a leg drop. Kenzo breaks up the 619 from the outside, so Rey tries to sunset flip into a powerbomb. Kenzo blocks, but RVD comes off the top with a kick. All four are on the outside. RVD hits a spinning leg drop off the apron. Rey and RVD double Dupree. Dupree dropkicks RVD. RVD slingshots Dupree into a Rey vertical splash. Suzuki trips RVD up long enough for Dupree to hit a clothesline. Kenzo tags in and stomps RVD. Rey gets the tag, but Hiroko distracts the ref, letting Suzuki and Dupree to double him. Torrie Wilson runs down and chases Hiroko away. Dupree snapmares Rey and dropkicks him in the back. Rey kicks him in the head but Dupree is able to drag Rey from RVD just before he was able to reach him. Rey tries to get to his corner, but Dupree cheapshots RVD to prevent the tag. Dupree comes in and does the French Tickler. Headbutt by Dupree but Rey kicks out. Rey blocks a charge and huracaranas Dupree into the post. He finally tags RVD. Dropkick on Dupree. Split leg moonsault follows. Rolling Thunder and Rey comes in with a leg drop. RVD sunset flips Dupree but canít get him over. Rey tries to vertical splash him, but Dupree ducks it. Rey hits him from the back, setting up for the 619. Kenzo tries to break it up, so Rey drop toeholds him against the ropes too. Rey hits a double 619. RVD tosses Kenzo and finishes Dupree with the Five Star Frogsplash to retain. Long opener here, but it was pretty good to watch. Good tag match right here.

We go to Daniel Puder who says, well, struggles to say, that he is going to beat Mike Mizanin in their boxing match later on. Kurt Angle then comes out to the ring. We are going to have a special Kurt Angle Invitational, even though he has a match later on. He brings his opponent out, who is Santa Claus. Angle is sick of his daughter always talking about Santa, so he is going to make Santa tap. Santa comes out and ends up tapping out in about 25 seconds. We then go to Mike Mizanin who cuts a better promo than Puder, saying he might be the underdog but has a lot of bite.

Daniel Puder vs Mike Mizanin in a Dixie Dogfight
These two are the finalist for Tough Enough, we see a video before showcasint the seven finalist, Ryback was one, as well as one of the dudes from the Spirit Squad as well, I think it was Mikey. Puder is a UFC guy, Mizanin was known as a reality star from Real World. Supposed to be 3 one minute rounds, if nobody gets knocked out in those 3 rounds, the crowd decides the winner. A lot of terrible boxing that leads to the fans voting Puder the winner after the 3 rounds are up. A bunch of wasted time here. Not counting this towards the running tally.

To the back with Booker T and Eddie Guererro who joke about if one of them pins the other , they would be champ. Booker says that they should team up to take out JBL and Undertaker, then fight it out to determine the best man, as Taker walks in on them. Whoops........

Basham Brothers vs Hardcore Holly/Charlie Haas
Haas goes after Danny during intros. Holly and Doug start the match officially. Doug hiptosses him, but Holly comes back with chops and a rollup for two. The Bashams keep Holly in their corner. Haas tags in and hits a fireman's carry and a couple armdrags. Doug locks in a chinlock. Haas t-bones Danny over and tags Holly. Holly cleans house. He gets two off a powerslam on Doug. Haas drops down to try and separate Jackie and Dawn Marie, who have decided to get after each other. Holly gets distracted by this and the Bashams switch out. Danny gets Holly with a small package for the win. After the match, Holly tells Haas he has to get his head in the game and stop worrying about the females. It was noted before the match started that this was a bonus match not scheduled, and it showed, as it bored the heck out of me.

We get a recap showing the feud between John Cena and Carlito Caribbean Cool and his buddy Jesus. Carlito stole the title from Cena by using Cena's chain to get the win. Later that same night, Cena was "stabbed" in a night club he was at, turns out Jesus was involved with that. Cena got his revenge and got the title back. With Carlito injured, Jesus is set to get the title back.

John Cena (c) vs Jesus w/Carlito Caribbean Cool for the US Title
Cena is debuting the spinner US title here. Carlito spits the apple at Cena before things get going. Cena goes after Jesus in a rage and stomps him in the corner. Carlito tosses a Kendo Stick in. Jesus hits Cena in the kidneys with the stick, that's where Cena was "stabbed". Cena grabs the Kendo Stick and knocks Jesus out of the ring. Cena goes to work with the stick. Cena chases Carlito down the aisle. Jesus is busted open from punches. Cena beats him all the way through the crowd into the upper levels. Jesus is getting no offense in at all. Cena stops and takes a sip of beer from a fan. Carlito sneaks in from behind and attacks Cena. Cena deals with him and beats Jesus back to the ring. He crushes him with a trash can lid. He then crushes him with a road sign. Cena then hits the FU to finish things off and retain the title. All Cena, no Jesus in this one. Not a good match by any means, just showing us the unstoppable Cena we will get used to later on in his career.

To the back where Jackie is with Haas and she can't belive Dawn screwed him over in his match earlier. She promises to make things up to him. Haas takes the engagement ring from her to keep safe and gets the ref shirt on, as he is the ref for the match between Dawn and Jackie.

Dawn Marie vs Miss Jackie, Special Ref: Charlie Haas
Dawn slaps Jackie. Lots of hair pulling. Dawn corners her and drives shoulderblocks into her. The girls knock Haas over and roll over him. Dawn rolls up Jackie with a handful of tights to get the win in about a minute and a half. Thank God!!!! After the match, Haas grabs the mic and tells Jackie he has been having an affair with Dawn, because he does not like making love to a dead wet fish, wow! He takes out the engagement ring and gets down on a knee in front of Dawn, only to call her a s**t!! He syas he is done with both ladies and leaves the ring. Looks like he is the real loser in this situation to be real honest.

We go to the back as Big Show makes his way to the ring. He gets a good luck kiss from Joy Giovanni.

Big Show vs Mark Jindrak/Luther Reigns/Kurt Angle in a Handicap Match
Big Show destroys Jindrak to start. Jindrak tries to tag but Angle tells him to stay in. Jindrak tags Angle anyway. Show shoves Angle around, so Angle tags Reigns. Show takes on all three guys before Angle hangs him off the top rope. Angle tags in and goes after the ribs. Jindrak and Reigns double suplex Show over. Angle goes back to the ribs. Angle locks in a facelock. Show lifts Angle up, but Luther jumps him. The heels attack the ribs and the knee. Show catches Jindrak on a charge and shoves him down. He fireman carries him down. Angle attacks, but Show is able to rally. Over the shoulder bomb on Jindrak. Reigns flies over the top. Angle hits an Angle Slam. Show counters the Angle Lock and tosses Angle and Reigns out. He finishes Jindrak off with a F5 to get the win. Man, this was kind of a mess here.

We go to Funaki, who interviews himself before his match for the Cruiserweight title. Spike Dudley interrupts and Funaki hits him with a knock knock joke. Knock Kock? Whose there? Armageddon. Armageddon who? Armageddon your title. Hahaha!!!! Classic Funaki.

Spike Dudley (c) vs Funaki for the Cruiserweight Title
Funaki gets several nearfalls. Funaki armdrags him down into an armbar. Spike tries to roll Funaki up, but falls to the floor. Funaki hits a baseball slide. Funaki catches Spike going up and slams him off. He hits a seated dropkick for a nearfall. They fight on the second rope, and Spike front suplexes Funaki to the floor. Funaki hiptosses out of an ab stretch. Spike collapses on a slam for a nearfall. A gutbuster by Spike, and back to the ab stretch. Funaki flips out of a backdrop and hangs Spike in the tree of woe. Spike tries to pull himself up, so Funaki double stomps him off the top. Funaki with a bulldog for a nearfall. He hits an enzuigiri for another nearfall. Spike misses a charge, and Funaki comes off the top with a crossbody.Funaki goes up again, but Spike counters a tornado DDT. They roll through a sunset flip sequence and Funaki ends up on top with a jackknife roll to get the win and become new champ. This wasn't half bad at all.

We get a recap of the happenings between JBL, Eddie Guerrero, Booker T and Undertaker. JBL has beaten all three of them to retain his title in previous PPVs. So why not see if he can beat all three of them at once in a PPV. We then go to the back where JBL sits alone with his title. His cabinet members come to reassure him that he will retain the title. Even though they say this, they don't look confident in telling him. JBL then takes the lone walk to the ring as his cabinet looks on from afar, since they are banned from being at ringside.

John Bradshaw Layfield (c) vs Eddie Guererro vs Booker T vs Undertaker in a Fatal 4 Way for the WWE Title
JBL is reluctant to get things going. JBL rolls out of the ring at the bell, letting the others beat up on each other. Taker takes on Eddie and Booker. JBL covers Booker, but the ref is paying attention to Taker with the bearhug on Booker. JBL gets caught in the middle of all three. They take turns drilling him. Taker gets two off a reverse elbow, but Booker and Eddie break it up. JBL bails out and sits by the announce table. Booker beats down on Taker on the outside as Eddie looks on. JBL sneaks in and attacks Eddie. Booker makes the save, and they double JBL. Sideslam from Booker and a slingshot senton by Eddie. Eddie covers, but Booker makes the save. JBL and Taker jump the two as they argue over Booker making the save. Taker gets two off a sideslam. DDT on Booker gets two for Taker, but JBL pushes him off and gets a nearfall of his own. Outside, Eddie jumps on Taker with a sleeper. Taker snapmares him over, but Booker superkicks him. Taker sends Booker into the crowd. JBL goes for a powerbomb through the announce table, but Taker backdrops him on the outside. Eddie and Taker are back in the ring. Eddie tries to plead with Taker but is hit with a backbody drop. Booker comes in but Taker takes care of him. Taker misses a charge in the corner and looks to have messed up his knee. JBL hits a neckbreaker on Booker. JBL unloads with some punches. Taker with a chinlock on Eddie. Booker breaks it up but takes a spinebuster. Taker goes for Old School, but Eddie breaks it up. Taker boots him in the face and hits Old School. Taker gets two off a flatliner on Booker, but Eddie makes the save. Taker tosses Eddie over the top. Taker legdrops Eddie's throat on the apron. JBL hits Taker with a Clothesline from Hell. JBL takes the tape off his wrist and chokes Booker out. Eddie pulls out a ladder. He drills Taker with it. JBL swings the title at Booker, but Booker ducks and hits him with a sidekick. Sidekick to Eddie and Taker too. Ax kick to Eddie, but Eddie barely kicks out. JBL drags Booker out and powerbombs him on the table. An elbowdrop sends both men through the table. Taker grabs JBL and powerbombs him through the Spanish table. Eddie plays dead. Taker goes for the Tombstone, but Eddie slips out and charges. Taker catches him with a Chokeslam. Eddie grabs the title and, as Taker lifts him for the Last Ride, drills him with the title. Eddie hits two Frogsplashes but Taker kicks out. Eddie hits a Frogsplash from the ladder but looks to have hurt his knee in the process. Eddie goes for the cover but JBL pulls the ref out right before he could count to three. Eddie knocks Taker out of the ring with the ladder and sets up the ladder in the corner. JBL charges, but gets a face of ladder for his troubles. Eddie hits the Three Amigos. Booker makes the save on the pin attempt. Booker hits the ax kick on JBL, but Taker makes the save. Taker hits Eddie with the Snake Eyes and a boot. Leg drop hits but Eddie kicks out. Taker hits a Chokeslam to all three. Taker sets up for the Tombstone on JBL, but Heidenreich comes out of the crowd and attacks him. JBL crawls to Bookerto make a pin but Booker kicks out. JBL crawls to Eddie to do the same but Eddie kicks out. Heidenreich pulls Taker out and gets the cobra clutch in. JBL hits Booker with the Clothesline From Helland retains the title. This was a drag for the first ten minutes or so, but it picked up from there, which was good, because I was getting pretty bored.

Grade: D-
It is safe to say that the opener was the best match, that does not bode well here. Nothing else really got going after that. The Cruiserweight title match was decent. The ME was a drag for over half the match, and that is never a good thing either. Raw is able to pick up a win to bring things to 5-2, in favor of SD.

Running Tally of Wrestler W/L Record (I know, silly, but, whatever, just for fun, excluding battle royals and royal rumbles):
Rick Steiner: 5-0
"Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich: 5-0
Fabulous Moolah: 4-0
Max Mini: 3-0
Mo: 3-0
Tiger Ali Singh: 3-0
Nicole Bass: 2-0
Butterbean: 2-0
Bertha Faye: 2-0
Hillbilly Jim: 2-0
Mordecai: 2-0
Mr. T: 2-0
Nova: 2-0
Rockin' Robin: 2-0
Noriyo Tateno: 2-0
Itsuki Yamazaki: 2-0
Perro Aguayo: 1-0
Ted Arcidi: 1-0
Lioness Asuka: 1-0
Cheesy: 1-0
El Canek: 1-0
Hector Garza: 1-0
The Great Sasuke: 1-0
Haiti Kid: 1-0
Bruce Hart: 1-0
Keith Hart: 1-0
Earl Hebner: 1-0
Christy Hemme: 0-1
Paul Heyman: 1-0
Sam Houston: 1-0
Jackyl: 1-0
Koji Kitao: 1-0
Aja Kong: 1-0
Little Beaver: 1-0
Jose Lothario: 1-0
Hugh Morrus: 1-0
Queasy: 1-0
Rad Radford: 1-0
Wendi Richter: 1-0
Giant Silva: 1-0
Dick Slater: 1-0
Sleezy: 1-0
Sniper: 1-0
Johnny Stamboli: 1-0
Lawrence Taylor: 1-0
Genichiro Tenryu: 1-0
Tomoko Watanabe: 1-0
Mae Young: 1-0
Tom Zenk: 1-0
Tugboat/Typhoon: 6-1
"Jumpin" Jim Brunzell: 3-1
Doug Furnas: 3-1
Phil LaFon: 3-1
B. Brian Blair: 2-1
Tully Blanchard: 2-1
Jesus Castillo: 2-1
Jimmy Del Rey: 2-1
Jose Estrada Jr: 2-1
Miss Kitty/The Kat: 2-1
Kurrgan/Interrogator: 2-1
Brian Pillman: 2-1
Jim Powers: 2-1
"The Natural" Butch Reed: 2-1
Kenzo Suzuki: 2-1
Tama: 2-1
Ultimate Warrior: 15-2
Sable: 9-2
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat: 8-2
Torrie Wilson: 7-2
Goldberg: 5-2
Stevie Richards: 5-2
Danny Basham: 3-2
Doug Basham: 3-2
Terry Funk/Chainsaw Charlie: 3-2
Brian Knobs: 3-2
Harley Race: 3-2
Rico: 3-2
Joey Sags: 3-2
Randy Orton: 9-3
Thrasher: 9-3
Tatanka: 7-3-1
Jamie Noble: 6-3
"Ravishing" Rick Rude: 6-3-1
Junkyard Dog: 5-3
Tom Pritchard/Zip: 5-3
Dynamite Kid: 5-3-1
King Kong Bundy: 4-3
Earthquake/Golga: 10-4
Mosh/Chaz: 9-4
Scott Steiner: 9-4
Shelton Benjamin: 7-4
Tazz: 7-4
Demolition Ax: 6-4
Jazz: 5-4
John Cena: 10-5
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan: 9-5
Ahmed Johnson: 8-5
Brian Christopher/Grandmaster Sexay: 7-5
Bull Buchanan/Recon: 6-5
Charlie Haas: 6-5
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart: 11-6
Spike Dudley: 10-6
Scott Taylor/Scotty 2 Hotty: 10-6
Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake: 7-6
Ivory: 7-6
"Macho Man" Randy Savage: 18-7
Brock Lesnar: 14-8-1
Hawk: 12-8-1
Val Venis: 13-9
Animal: 12-9-1
Savio Vega: 11-9
Hulk Hogan/Mr. America: 21-11
Ken Shamrock: 15-12
Razor Ramon/Scott Hall: 15-13
Eddie Guererro: 30-18
Roadie/Jesse James/Road Dogg: 22-18-1
Bret "Hitman" Hart: 34-20-1
British Bulldog: 24-20-2
Blue Blazer/Owen Hart: 28-22
Kurt Angle: 33-27
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: 33-27
Edge/Conquistador: 29-28
The Rock: 35-30-2
Undertaker: 63-35-2
Triple H: 47-39-2
Ludwig Borga: 1-1
Corporal Kirchner: 1-1
Debra: 1-1
Dory Funk Jr: 1-1
Zach Gowan: 1-1
Billy Jack Haynes: 1-1
Jamal: 1-1
Kanyon: 1-1
Rodney Mack: 1-1
Velvet McIntyre: 1-1
Moondog Spot: 1-1
Mosaic: 1-1
Nailz: 1-1
Chris Nowinski: 1-1
Sean O'Haire: 1-1
Sapphire: 1-1
Gene Snitsky: 1-1
Big John Studd: 1-1
Tyson Tomko: 1-1
Arn Anderson: 2-2
Alundra Blayze: 2-2
Jonathan Coachman: 2-2
Eugene: 2-2
Bobby Heenan: 2-2
Maven: 2-2
Diamond Dallas Page: 2-2
Miguel Perez: 2-2
Red Rooster: 2-2
Rosey: 2-2
Funaki: 3-3
Dusty Rhodes: 3-3
Skip: 3-3
Batista: 4-4
Bushwhacker Butch: 4-4
Bushwhacker Luke: 4-4
Taka Michinoku: 4-4
Paul Roma: 4-4
Virgil: 4-4
Lex Luger: 4-4-1
Sylvain Grenier: 5-5
Victoria: 5-5
The Warlord: 5-5
Demolition Smash/Repo Man: 7-7
Steve Blackman: 8-8
Chyna: 9-9
Big Boss Man: 15-15
Rob Van Dam: 16-16
Chris Benoit: 23-23
Billy Gunn/Rockabilly/Billy: 27-27-1
Bob Backlund: 1-2
Justin Credible: 1-2
"Dangerous" Danny Davis: 1-2
Dean Douglas: 1-2
"Rugged" Ronnie Garvin: 1-2
Hakushi: 1-2
Barry Horowitz/Red Knight: 1-2
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley: 1-2
Miss Jackie: 1-2
The Patriot: 1-2
Terri Runnels: 1-2
Sato: 1-2
Sensational Sherri: 1-2
Shawn Stasiak: 1-2
Teiho: 1-2
Togo: 1-2
Beau Beverly: 2-3
Blake Beverly: 2-3
Chainz/DiBiase's Undertaker: 2-3
The Iron Sheik/Col. Mustafa: 2-3
Pierre: 1-3
Luther Reigns: 1-3
Barry Windham/The Stalker: 1-3
One Man Gang/Akeem: 3-4
Chuck Palumbo/Chuck: 3-4
Sgt. Slaughter: 3-4
Tori: 2-4
Adrian Adonis: 1-4
Matt Borne/Doink: 1-4
Darren Drozdov/Droz: 1-4
Tanaka: 1-4
The Barbarian/Sione: 4-5
Ray Rougeau: 4-5-1
Gangrel: 3-5
Scorpio/Flash Funk: 3-5
Samu: 2-5
Luna Vachon: 2-5
Bad News Brown: 1-5
Dawn Marie (ECW): 1-5
Paul Orndorff: 1-5
Raven: 1-5
Dino Bravo: 4-6
Chavo Guerrero Jr: 4-6
Dean Malenko: 4-6
Vince McMahon: 4-6
Nikolai Volkoff: 4-6
Eli Blu/8 Ball: 3-6
Jacob Blu/Skull: 3-6
Rob Conway: 2-6
Hurricane Helms/The Hurricane: 2-6
Rhyno: 5-7
Rene Dupree: 4-7
Haku: 4-7
Billy Kidman: 4-7
Andre the Giant: 3-7
Honky Tonk Man: 2-7
Don Muraco: 1-7
Koko B. Ware: 1-7
Crash Holly: 7-8
Mr. Perfect: 6-8
Perry Saturn: 5-8
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper: 4-8
Lance Storm: 3-8
Bart Gunn: 8-9
Marc Mero: 8-9
Mark Henry: 7-9
Shane McMahon: 7-9
Psycho Sid: 6-9
Rick Martel: 5-9
Kama/Godfather/Goodfather: 9-10
Ric Flair: 8-10
Molly Holly/Mighty Molly: 5-10
Jerry "The King" Lawler: 5-10
Mike Rotunda/I.R.S: 5-10
Jake "The Snake" Roberts: 9-11-1
Jacques Rougeau/The Mountie: 8-11-1
Bam Bam Bigelow: 7-11
Tajiri: 5-11
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine/Blue Knight: 5-11
Lita: 4-11
Jacqueline: 1-11
Stephen Regal/William Regal: 11-12
Mabel/Viscera: 7-12
Tito Santana: 7-12
Marty Jannety: 6-12
Henry Godwinn/Mark Canterbury: 5-12
"Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase: 9-13
Yokozuna: 9-13
Diesel/Kevin Nash: 8-13-1
Hercules: 4-13
Rey Mysterio: 4-13
D-Lo Brown: 9-14
Vader: 7-14
Prince Albert/Albert/A-Train: 4-14
Trish Stratus: 13-15
Phineas Godwinn/Dennis Knight/Mideon: 5-15
Crush/Brian Adams: 4-15
Fatu/Sultan/Rikishi: 14-16
Al Snow/Leif Cassidy: 8-17
Test: 7-18
Jeff Jarrett: 10-19
Bob Holly/Hardcore Holly: 9-19
Booker T: 10-21
Bradshaw/John Bradshaw Layfield: 20-22
Faarooq/Ron Simmons: 15-23
Jeff Hardy: 14-23
Matt Hardy: 13-24
Big Show: 18-26
Mankind/Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mick Foley: 17-26-1
Dustin Rhodes/Goldust/Dustin Runnels: 13-26
X-Pac/1-2-3 Kid: 22-28
Shawn Michaels: 28-29-3
Christian/Conquistador: 25-29
Bubba Ray Dudley: 21-29
D-Von Dudley: 19-29
Chris Jericho: 30-31
Kane/Isaac Yankem/Fake Diesel: 30-35-1
Joey Abs: 0-1
General Adnan: 0-1
Aguila: 0-1
Akio: 0-1
Captain Lou Albano: 0-1
Chapparita Asari: 0-1
Mike Awesome: 0-1
BB: 0-1
Bastion Booger: 0-1
Battalion: 0-1
Berzerker: 0-1
Blackjack Mulligan: 0-1
Blue Meanie: 0-1
Carlito Caribbean Cool: 0-1
Carmella (Diva Search): 0-1
Scott Casey: 0-1
Donna Christianello: 0-1
Conquistador Dos: 0-1
Conquistador Uno: 0-1
James Cornette: 0-1
Duke "The Dumpster" Droese: 0-1
Paul Ellering: 0-1
Jerry Estrada: 0-1
Jimmy Jack Funk: 0-1
Mr. Fuji: 0-1
Tony Garea: 0-1
Pete Gas: 0-1
Jeff Gaylord/Black Knight: 0-1
The Genius: 0-1
Executioner/Terry Gordy: 0-1
Fuerza Guerrera: 0-1
Sakie Hasegawa: 0-1
Michael Hayes: 0-1
Heavy Metal: 0-1
Heidenreich: 0-1
Kyoko Inoue: 0-1
Jesus: 0-1
Nathan Jones: 0-1
SD Jones: 0-1
Buddy Landell: 0-1
Little Tokyo: 0-1
Teddy Long: 0-1
Lord Littlebrooke: 0-1
Dawn Marie (non ECW): 0-1
Waylon Mercy: 0-1
Shannon Moore: 0-1
Pedro Morales: 0-1
Matt Morgan: 0-1
Bull Nakano: 0-1
Nidia: 0-1
Pantera: 0-1
Nick Patrick: 0-1
Pink: 0-1
Ivan Putski: 0-1
Scott Putski: 0-1
Essa Rios: 0-1
Rodney: 0-1
The Executioner/Buddy Rose: 0-1
Jim Ross: 0-1
David Sammartino: 0-1
Dan Severn: 0-1
Shaniqua: 0-1
"Iron" Mike Sharpe: 0-1
Spanky/Brian Kendrick: 0-1
George "The Animal" Steele: 0-1
Ultimo Dragon: 0-1
Uncle Elmer: 0-1
George Wells: 0-1
Wink: 0-1
"Outlaw" Ron Bass: 0-2
Dink: 0-2
El Torito: 0-2
Fake Razor Ramon: 0-2
Giant Gonzales: 0-2
Robert Gibson: 0-2
Duane Gill/Gillberg: 0-2
Kamala: 0-2
Kato: 0-2
Gail Kim: 0-2
K-Kwik: 0-2
Paul London: 0-2
Ricky Morton: 0-2
Nunzio: 0-2
"Cowboy" Bob Orton: 0-2
Tarantula: 0-2
Zeus: 0-2
Eric Bischoff: 0-3
Garrison Cade: 0-3
Judy Martin: 0-3
Ken Patera: 0-3
Skinner: 0-3
Mark Jindrak: 0-4
Leilani Kai: 0-4
Adam Bomb/Bryan Clark: 0-5
Stacy Keibler: 0-5
Boris Zhukov: 0-5
"Superfly" Jimmy Snuka: 0-6
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PPV: 2005 New Year's Revolution
Date: 1/9/05
Location: Coliseo de Puerto Rico (San Juan, Puerto Rico)


1st PPV of the new year is a Raw brand. They are down to SD 5-2 and are looking to start the new year on the right foot.

William Regal/Eugene (c) vs Christian/Tyson Tomko for the World Tag Team Titles
Regal shoulderblocks Christian down for a nearfall. Christian forces Regal into the corner and drives the shoulder. Eugene tags in and gives Christian a wedgie. Eugene headbutts and pretends to pee on him. Tomko and Christian try to double him, but Eugene gets out of the ring to chat with fans. He goes under the ring to hide and then rolls Christian up for two. Tomko runs in and hits him with a side slam. Eugene hulks up and makes the tag. Regal cleans house until Tomko takes him down with a clothesline. Christian busts Regalís nose open. Tomko and Christian take turns punching Regal in the nose. Regal gets to his corner, but Christian yanks Eugene off the apron to cut off the tag. Regal and Tomko knock heads for a double KO. Regal crawls to the wrong corner. Tomko misses a charge and Regal makes the tag. He cleans house but a injures himself on a dropkick, seems to be legit as it looks like they had to change the finish up. Tomko and Christian clothesline Regal out. Eugene rolls Tomko up from behind to get the win. Not very good here. Eugene has to be carried to the back afterwards.

We see earlier footage of Christy Hemme poolside at the hotel everyone stayed at, I assume. We then go to the back where Tomko and Christian are not happy with their loss. They run into Edge who has a plan for Christian to become world champ. Christian seems to like that idea. We then get a video package dealing with the feud between Trish Stratus and Lita. Lita recently beat Trish to become the champ.

Lita (c) vs Trish Stratus for the Women's Title
Lita trips Trish down. Trish tries a reverse roll, but Lita spins her around and tosses her out. Lita heads to the apron and hits a Thesz press. Lita ends up messing up her knee on the move, geez, maybe not have a PPV in Puerto Rico anymore, back to back matches where someone screws their knee up! Trish throws her in and works over the knee. From here, things go south as Lita can't do anything. Trish locks in an ankle lock. Lita goes for a Twist of Fate, but Trish kicks the injured knee and hits the Chick Kick to become new champ. This ends up being awful after the Lita injury. Could have been better, but I guess we will never know. We see a replay where Lita hurt the knee, and she really messed that landing up on the Thesz press.

We see Chris Jericho in the back getting ready for the ME. Then back to poolside where Maria is enjoying a cocktail. We then go to Edge and Eric Bischoff. Edge wants to be taken out of the Elimination Chamber because Shawn Mochaels is the ref and he thinks that HBK will screw him over. So Edge says that Christian can take his spot and Edge will meet the champ on Raw for the title. Bischoff refuses to make the change. Edge walks out of the office and happens to run into HBK. HBK says he will call the match fair. Well, Edge, maybe you shouldn't have speared HBK at Taboo Tuesday, then you wouldn't have this problem.

Shelton Benjamin (c) vs Maven for the Intercontinental Title
Maven stalls to start things off here. Fans start to give him some crap so Maven gets on the mic and tells them he has no idea what theyíre saying. He finally says he is not going to wrestle in front of these people and walks off. He changes his mind at the last second and runs back in. Maven misses a punch and Benjamin rolls him up for the win. What in the heck just happened here?!?!

Maven grabs the mic and says that he was not ready and demands a rematch right now, calling Benjamin the other women's champ in the process. So, let's ring the bell again.

Shelton Benjamin (c) vs Maven for the Intercontinetal Title
Benjamin runs back in the ring and hits the T-Bone Suplex to beat Maven again, in about 5 seconds or so. Man, what the heck! That Women's Title match must have been slated to go much longer for this to happen. Not sure if this was the plan all along or they had to change things up to kill some time.

We see Christy getting her back oiled up. We then see Chris Benoit getting ready for the ME. We then get a recap of the Arab-American debate from Raw. In the back, Muhammed Hassan and Khosrow Daivari say that the footage is biased to make them look like bad people. He wonders why they cut out the part where Jerry Lawler called him a jackass. He also wonders where the part of Jim Ross saying to leave the country. He then goes on to say that Puerto Ricans treat him no better than Americans.

Muhammed Hassan w/Khosrow Daivari vs Jerry "The King" Lawler w/Jim Ross
They trade bodyslams to start. Hassan then gets five bodyslams in a row. Hassan charges into a boot. Lawler clotheslines him. Hassan rolls to the outside. Back in, Hassan hits a reverse elbow and undoes the turnbuckle pad. Lawler rolls him up, but the ref is tying the pad back on. Lawler complains to the ref, so Hassan knees him in the back, ramming him into the exposed turnbuckle. Hassan locks in the Camel Clutch.Hassan makes a cover for a nearfall. Hassan with a suplex for another nearfall. Hassan gets a cobra clutch in. A reverse neckbreaker gets another nearfall. Lawler hits a few punches to make a comeback. He hits a dropkick. Second rope fist drop gets a nearfall. Lawler hits a DDT, but Daivari puts Hassanís foot on the ropes. Lawler chases Daivari. Lawler chases Daivari through the ring and runs into a flatliner from Hassan, who gets the pin from there. This was quite awful. No commentary on this one either as Ross was ringside.

To the back where Randy Orton interrupts an interview with Batista. He asks Batista if he is going to be Triple H's right hand man for the rest of his life. Batista claims that he will win the title if given the opportunity to do so.We then get a recap of the Kane/Snitsky feud.

Gene Snitsky vs Kane
Snitsky whips Kane to the corner. Kane hits a clothesline. Kane drops some elbows and a gets a legdrop. Kane blocks a boot and hits an uppercut. Powerslam gets a nearfall. To the outside, Snitsky rips back the mats. Snitsky goes for a piledriver, but Kane backdrops him. Back in, Snitsky hits a boot. Snitsky with a bear hug. Kane battles out of it and goes for the Chokeslam. Snitsky counters to a slam. Snitsky boots him in the head. To the outside and Snitsky tosses Kane into the steps. Kane blocks a chairshot with a boot. Back in, Kane blocks a charge and fires some punches. A sidewalk slam sets up a boot. Kane goes up and hits the flying clothesline. Snitsky goes low and bites Kane. Snitsky charges into another boot. Kane follows it up with a Tombstone to get the win. Well, this was better than everything else so far.

Back to poolside where some of the ladies team up with the likes of Simon Dean, Rosey, Val Venis and Hurricane to play a game of chicken in the pool. Wasted time really, unless your one of the guys partaking. We get a recap leading to the ME. Triple H then confronts Batista about what his deal is. Well, Batista says nothing is the problem, he has HHH's back, unless of course HHH is out first, then he has no choice but to win the title himself. Eric Bischoff then comes out to talk our ears off before the ME starts.

Main Event: Edge vs Batista vs Randy Orton vs Chris Jericho vs Chris Benoit vs Triple H w/Ric Flair in an Elimination Chamber Match for the World Heavyweight Title, Special Ref: Shawn Michaels
The title is vacant at the moment. Benoit and Jericho start out. Jericho takes him down, but Benoit goes to a hammerlock. Jericho hits some forearms. Benoit chops away. Benoit gets a boot up to block a charge. Jericho reverses a sharpshooterand tries for the Walls. Benoit kicks him away and delivers a German. Jericho rolls through a Crossface attempt into another try at the Walls. Jericho hits the sleeper drop and backdrop suplex. Jericho goes up but Benoit catches and hits a superplex. Both are out as HHH enters. Benoit is whipped hard into the corner. HHH hits the high knee to Jericho. HHH throws Benoit into the cage, that busts open Benoit. Jericho breaks up a Pedigree try on Benoit. HHH goes for a Pedigree on Jericho, but Jericho backdrops him to the steel. Jericho suplexes him back in for a nearfall. Benoit hits a neckbreaker on Jericho for a nearfall. Edge is in now. He Spears Jericho in the corner, then hits one on HHH. Edge hits the Edgecution on HHH for a nearfall. Belly to belly on Benoit. Jericho kicks Edge from behind. Jericho springboards into a dropkick on Edge. Edge catapults Jericho into the cage. HHH tries to Pedigree Edge on the steel, but Edge counters to another catapult. Jericho is bleeding now. Edge hits a flying clothesline on Benoit. Edge gets away from the Crossface but is hit with an enziguri from Jericho. HHH hits a spinebuster on Jericho. Benoit hits a Northern Lights suplex on Edge. Jericho misses with a punch on HHH and eats a Pedigree, but there is no cover. Orton is next. He hits a crossbody on HHH. He tosses HHH into the cage. Orton powerslams HHH. Jericho is hit with the RKO. Orton then tries to go after Benoit but gets put in the Crossface. HHH starts slapping Orton and yelling for him to tap while he is in the move. Benoit lets go and gets HHH in the sharpshooter. Orton then hits the RKO on Benoit to break up the sharpshooter. Edge goes for a Spear, but Orton gets out of the way. Edge Spears HBK instead, thanks Orton. Edge Spears Orton, but nobody can make the count. Edge picksHBK up and slaps him to wake him. HBK hits him with Sweet Chin Music. Jericho follows with the Lionsault, and that is enough to get rid of Edge. Benoit goes up to the top of the chamber and hits a Headbutt to HHH. Jericho the puts the Walls on HHH. Benoit decides that he is going to put the Crossface on HHH at the same time. Batista comes in and that is good for HHH as he takes everyone out. He press slams Jericho. He choke lifts Orton, but Benoit clips his leg. Jericho rolls up Orton for a nearfall. Jericho bulldogs HHH on the steel. Benoit slips off Batistaís shoulder and pushes him into the cage. Benoit chops at Batista but ends up running into a spinebuster. Jericho charges, but Batista spinebusters him right on top of Benoit. Batista tosses Jericho and pins Benoit to get us down to four guys. Batista catches Jericho on a crossbody try and front powerslams him. The Batista Bomb comes next and Jericho is done, leaving Orton alone against Evolution. Orton backdrops HHH on the steel. HHH slingshots Orton into the cage and clotheslines him into the ring. Batista holds Orton while HHH slaps him. Batista powerslams him to get a nearfall. HHH hits a spinebuster to get another nearfall. Orton tries to fight back but the numbers game is too much. However, Orton counters the Batista Bomb with a lowblow and hits the RKO to get rid of him. HHH didn't even bother saving his boy there, looks like he could have, tsk tsk. Orton hits HHH with the RKO, but HBK is busy trying to get Batista out. Flair distracts HBK while Batista hits Orton with a clothesline. HHH picks Orton up and gives him a Pedigree to get the win. Batista puts HHH up on his shoulders as Evolution celebrates. This was actually good to watch, at least there was something good on the card.

Grade: F
Yea, this was no good here. The ME was the only match worth watching. I guess the women's match could have been good, but the Lita injury took away from that. Shelton and Maven could have been good I thought, but they wasted that on nonsense. When the next best match after the ME is Snitsky/Kane, that is not going to bode well for you.


Running Tally of Wrestler W/L Record (I know, silly, but, whatever, just for fun, excluding battle royals and royal rumbles):
Rick Steiner: 5-0
"Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich: 5-0
Fabulous Moolah: 4-0
Max Mini: 3-0
Mo: 3-0
Tiger Ali Singh: 3-0
Nicole Bass: 2-0
Butterbean: 2-0
Bertha Faye: 2-0
Hillbilly Jim: 2-0
Mordecai: 2-0
Mr. T: 2-0
Nova: 2-0
Rockin' Robin: 2-0
Noriyo Tateno: 2-0
Itsuki Yamazaki: 2-0
Perro Aguayo: 1-0
Ted Arcidi: 1-0
Lioness Asuka: 1-0
Cheesy: 1-0
El Canek: 1-0
Hector Garza: 1-0
The Great Sasuke: 1-0
Haiti Kid: 1-0
Bruce Hart: 1-0
Keith Hart: 1-0
Muhammed Hassan: 1-0
Earl Hebner: 1-0
Christy Hemme: 0-1
Paul Heyman: 1-0
Sam Houston: 1-0
Jackyl: 1-0
Koji Kitao: 1-0
Aja Kong: 1-0
Little Beaver: 1-0
Jose Lothario: 1-0
Hugh Morrus: 1-0
Queasy: 1-0
Rad Radford: 1-0
Wendi Richter: 1-0
Giant Silva: 1-0
Dick Slater: 1-0
Sleezy: 1-0
Sniper: 1-0
Johnny Stamboli: 1-0
Lawrence Taylor: 1-0
Genichiro Tenryu: 1-0
Tomoko Watanabe: 1-0
Mae Young: 1-0
Tom Zenk: 1-0
Tugboat/Typhoon: 6-1
"Jumpin" Jim Brunzell: 3-1
Doug Furnas: 3-1
Phil LaFon: 3-1
B. Brian Blair: 2-1
Tully Blanchard: 2-1
Jesus Castillo: 2-1
Jimmy Del Rey: 2-1
Jose Estrada Jr: 2-1
Miss Kitty/The Kat: 2-1
Kurrgan/Interrogator: 2-1
Brian Pillman: 2-1
Jim Powers: 2-1
"The Natural" Butch Reed: 2-1
Kenzo Suzuki: 2-1
Tama: 2-1
Ultimate Warrior: 15-2
Sable: 9-2
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat: 8-2
Torrie Wilson: 7-2
Goldberg: 5-2
Stevie Richards: 5-2
Danny Basham: 3-2
Doug Basham: 3-2
Eugene: 3-2
Terry Funk/Chainsaw Charlie: 3-2
Brian Knobs: 3-2
Harley Race: 3-2
Rico: 3-2
Joey Sags: 3-2
Thrasher: 9-3
Tatanka: 7-3-1
Jamie Noble: 6-3
"Ravishing" Rick Rude: 6-3-1
Junkyard Dog: 5-3
Tom Pritchard/Zip: 5-3
Dynamite Kid: 5-3-1
King Kong Bundy: 4-3
Earthquake/Golga: 10-4
Shelton Benjamin: 9-4
Mosh/Chaz: 9-4
Randy Orton: 9-4
Scott Steiner: 9-4
Tazz: 7-4
Demolition Ax: 6-4
Jazz: 5-4
John Cena: 10-5
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan: 9-5
Ahmed Johnson: 8-5
Brian Christopher/Grandmaster Sexay: 7-5
Bull Buchanan/Recon: 6-5
Charlie Haas: 6-5
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart: 11-6
Spike Dudley: 10-6
Scott Taylor/Scotty 2 Hotty: 10-6
Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake: 7-6
Ivory: 7-6
"Macho Man" Randy Savage: 18-7
Brock Lesnar: 14-8-1
Hawk: 12-8-1
Val Venis: 13-9
Animal: 12-9-1
Savio Vega: 11-9
Hulk Hogan/Mr. America: 21-11
Ken Shamrock: 15-12
Razor Ramon/Scott Hall: 15-13
Eddie Guererro: 30-18
Roadie/Jesse James/Road Dogg: 22-18-1
Bret "Hitman" Hart: 34-20-1
British Bulldog: 24-20-2
Blue Blazer/Owen Hart: 28-22
Kurt Angle: 33-27
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: 33-27
The Rock: 35-30-2
Undertaker: 63-35-2
Triple H: 48-39-2
Ludwig Borga: 1-1
Corporal Kirchner: 1-1
Debra: 1-1
Dory Funk Jr: 1-1
Zach Gowan: 1-1
Billy Jack Haynes: 1-1
Jamal: 1-1
Kanyon: 1-1
Rodney Mack: 1-1
Velvet McIntyre: 1-1
Moondog Spot: 1-1
Mosaic: 1-1
Nailz: 1-1
Chris Nowinski: 1-1
Sean O'Haire: 1-1
Sapphire: 1-1
Big John Studd: 1-1
Arn Anderson: 2-2
Alundra Blayze: 2-2
Jonathan Coachman: 2-2
Bobby Heenan: 2-2
Diamond Dallas Page: 2-2
Miguel Perez: 2-2
Red Rooster: 2-2
Rosey: 2-2
Funaki: 3-3
Dusty Rhodes: 3-3
Skip: 3-3
Bushwhacker Butch: 4-4
Bushwhacker Luke: 4-4
Taka Michinoku: 4-4
Paul Roma: 4-4
Virgil: 4-4
Lex Luger: 4-4-1
Sylvain Grenier: 5-5
Victoria: 5-5
The Warlord: 5-5
Demolition Smash/Repo Man: 7-7
Steve Blackman: 8-8
Chyna: 9-9
Stephen Regal/William Regal: 12-12
Big Boss Man: 15-15
Rob Van Dam: 16-16
Billy Gunn/Rockabilly/Billy: 27-27-1
Edge/Conquistador: 29-29
Bob Backlund: 1-2
Justin Credible: 1-2
"Dangerous" Danny Davis: 1-2
Dean Douglas: 1-2
"Rugged" Ronnie Garvin: 1-2
Hakushi: 1-2
Barry Horowitz/Red Knight: 1-2
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley: 1-2
Miss Jackie: 1-2
The Patriot: 1-2
Terri Runnels: 1-2
Sato: 1-2
Sensational Sherri: 1-2
Gene Snitsky: 1-2
Shawn Stasiak: 1-2
Teiho: 1-2
Togo: 1-2
Tyson Tomko: 1-2
Beau Beverly: 2-3
Blake Beverly: 2-3
Chainz/DiBiase's Undertaker: 2-3
The Iron Sheik/Col. Mustafa: 2-3
Pierre: 1-3
Luther Reigns: 1-3
Barry Windham/The Stalker: 1-3
One Man Gang/Akeem: 3-4
Chuck Palumbo/Chuck: 3-4
Sgt. Slaughter: 3-4
Maven: 2-4
Tori: 2-4
Adrian Adonis: 1-4
Matt Borne/Doink: 1-4
Darren Drozdov/Droz: 1-4
Tanaka: 1-4
The Barbarian/Sione: 4-5
Batista: 4-5
Ray Rougeau: 4-5-1
Gangrel: 3-5
Scorpio/Flash Funk: 3-5
Samu: 2-5
Luna Vachon: 2-5
Bad News Brown: 1-5
Dawn Marie (ECW): 1-5
Paul Orndorff: 1-5
Raven: 1-5
Dino Bravo: 4-6
Chavo Guerrero Jr: 4-6
Dean Malenko: 4-6
Vince McMahon: 4-6
Nikolai Volkoff: 4-6
Eli Blu/8 Ball: 3-6
Jacob Blu/Skull: 3-6
Rob Conway: 2-6
Hurricane Helms/The Hurricane: 2-6
Rhyno: 5-7
Rene Dupree: 4-7
Haku: 4-7
Billy Kidman: 4-7
Andre the Giant: 3-7
Honky Tonk Man: 2-7
Don Muraco: 1-7
Koko B. Ware: 1-7
Crash Holly: 7-8
Mr. Perfect: 6-8
Perry Saturn: 5-8
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper: 4-8
Lance Storm: 3-8
Bart Gunn: 8-9
Marc Mero: 8-9
Mark Henry: 7-9
Shane McMahon: 7-9
Psycho Sid: 6-9
Rick Martel: 5-9
Kama/Godfather/Goodfather: 9-10
Ric Flair: 8-10
Molly Holly/Mighty Molly: 5-10
Mike Rotunda/I.R.S: 5-10
Jake "The Snake" Roberts: 9-11-1
Jacques Rougeau/The Mountie: 8-11-1
Bam Bam Bigelow: 7-11
Jerry "The King" Lawler: 5-11
Tajiri: 5-11
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine/Blue Knight: 5-11
Jacqueline: 1-11
Mabel/Viscera: 7-12
Tito Santana: 7-12
Marty Jannety: 6-12
Henry Godwinn/Mark Canterbury: 5-12
Lita: 4-12
"Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase: 9-13
Yokozuna: 9-13
Diesel/Kevin Nash: 8-13-1
Hercules: 4-13
Rey Mysterio: 4-13
D-Lo Brown: 9-14
Vader: 7-14
Prince Albert/Albert/A-Train: 4-14
Trish Stratus: 14-15
Phineas Godwinn/Dennis Knight/Mideon: 5-15
Crush/Brian Adams: 4-15
Fatu/Sultan/Rikishi: 14-16
Al Snow/Leif Cassidy: 8-17
Test: 7-18
Jeff Jarrett: 10-19
Bob Holly/Hardcore Holly: 9-19
Booker T: 10-21
Bradshaw/John Bradshaw Layfield: 20-22
Faarooq/Ron Simmons: 15-23
Jeff Hardy: 14-23
Chris Benoit: 23-24
Matt Hardy: 13-24
Big Show: 18-26
Mankind/Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mick Foley: 17-26-1
Dustin Rhodes/Goldust/Dustin Runnels: 13-26
X-Pac/1-2-3 Kid: 22-28
Shawn Michaels: 28-29-3
Bubba Ray Dudley: 21-29
D-Von Dudley: 19-29
Christian/Conquistador: 25-30
Chris Jericho: 30-32
Kane/Isaac Yankem/Fake Diesel: 31-35-1
Joey Abs: 0-1
General Adnan: 0-1
Aguila: 0-1
Akio: 0-1
Captain Lou Albano: 0-1
Chapparita Asari: 0-1
Mike Awesome: 0-1
BB: 0-1
Bastion Booger: 0-1
Battalion: 0-1
Berzerker: 0-1
Blackjack Mulligan: 0-1
Blue Meanie: 0-1
Carlito Caribbean Cool: 0-1
Carmella (Diva Search): 0-1
Scott Casey: 0-1
Donna Christianello: 0-1
Conquistador Dos: 0-1
Conquistador Uno: 0-1
James Cornette: 0-1
Duke "The Dumpster" Droese: 0-1
Paul Ellering: 0-1
Jerry Estrada: 0-1
Jimmy Jack Funk: 0-1
Mr. Fuji: 0-1
Tony Garea: 0-1
Pete Gas: 0-1
Jeff Gaylord/Black Knight: 0-1
The Genius: 0-1
Executioner/Terry Gordy: 0-1
Fuerza Guerrera: 0-1
Sakie Hasegawa: 0-1
Michael Hayes: 0-1
Heavy Metal: 0-1
Heidenreich: 0-1
Kyoko Inoue: 0-1
Jesus: 0-1
Nathan Jones: 0-1
SD Jones: 0-1
Buddy Landell: 0-1
Little Tokyo: 0-1
Teddy Long: 0-1
Lord Littlebrooke: 0-1
Dawn Marie (non ECW): 0-1
Waylon Mercy: 0-1
Shannon Moore: 0-1
Pedro Morales: 0-1
Matt Morgan: 0-1
Bull Nakano: 0-1
Nidia: 0-1
Pantera: 0-1
Nick Patrick: 0-1
Pink: 0-1
Ivan Putski: 0-1
Scott Putski: 0-1
Essa Rios: 0-1
Rodney: 0-1
The Executioner/Buddy Rose: 0-1
Jim Ross: 0-1
David Sammartino: 0-1
Dan Severn: 0-1
Shaniqua: 0-1
"Iron" Mike Sharpe: 0-1
Spanky/Brian Kendrick: 0-1
George "The Animal" Steele: 0-1
Ultimo Dragon: 0-1
Uncle Elmer: 0-1
George Wells: 0-1
Wink: 0-1
"Outlaw" Ron Bass: 0-2
Dink: 0-2
El Torito: 0-2
Fake Razor Ramon: 0-2
Giant Gonzales: 0-2
Robert Gibson: 0-2
Duane Gill/Gillberg: 0-2
Kamala: 0-2
Kato: 0-2
Gail Kim: 0-2
K-Kwik: 0-2
Paul London: 0-2
Ricky Morton: 0-2
Nunzio: 0-2
"Cowboy" Bob Orton: 0-2
Tarantula: 0-2
Zeus: 0-2
Eric Bischoff: 0-3
Garrison Cade: 0-3
Judy Martin: 0-3
Ken Patera: 0-3
Skinner: 0-3
Mark Jindrak: 0-4
Leilani Kai: 0-4
Adam Bomb/Bryan Clark: 0-5
Stacy Keibler: 0-5
Boris Zhukov: 0-5
"Superfly" Jimmy Snuka: 0-6
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PPV: 2005 Royal Rumble
Date: 1/30/05
Location: Save Mart Center (Fresno)


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Shawn Michaels vs Edge
Edge tries to jump HBK before he can take off his gear but HBK gets some rights in, a backdrop, and a clothesline. HBK forces Edge to the corner and gets some chops in. Edge comes back with a swinging neckbreaker. Edge with some punches.HBK comes back with a smack. Edge gets a thumb to the eye. HBK with a Thesz press and pummels with some fists before tossing Edge out. On the floor, Edge gets the upperhand. Edge takes him out with a baseball slide from in the ring and sends HBK into the apron. Edge drops a knee to the chest. HBK back with some more chops. HBK tries a huracanrana but Edge counters with a sitout powerbomb for. Edge with a chinlock now. HBK gets to his feet but Edge goes to a sleeper. HBK elbows out and gets a chop. Edge pulls him down by the hair. Edge with forearms and a chop. Edge charges in the corner. He gets backdropped to the apron but stunguns HBK. He goes for a missile dropkick but misses. HBK with a roll up for a nearfall. Edge boots him down. He pulls HBK down by the hair again. Edge tries a back suplex but HBK floats over with a crossbody. Edge with a clothesline to take him down. Edge works in a choke. HBK tries to elbow and chop his way out. HBK is able to hit a knee lift. He hits a pair of inverted atomic drops. HBK hits a back elbow and more chops. HBK with a rollup off a backslide to get a nearfall. HBK with a catapult and another roll up.Edge starts to walk off. HBK follows and ends up taking a Spear on the floor. Edge with a Spear in the ring that nearly gets the win. Edge is freaking out now. He puts HBK on the top and goes for a superplex but HBK chops out and hits the elbow. HBK goes for Sweet Chin Music but Edge avoids and hits an electric chair. HBK tries a sunset flip but Edge rolls through and counters to a reverse figure four. HBK goes for the ropes but Edge pulls him back to the middle. HBK finally gets the ropes. HBK gets a small package for two. Another roll up but Edge counters to his own roll up and he grabs the ropes to get the win. Pretty fun one to watch here.

To the back where Teddy Long and Eric Bischoff talk about who has the better brand as Torrie Wilson and Christy Hemme are the number rollers. Ric Flair and Eddie Guererro come in Flair cuts in front of Eddie to pick his number, then Eddie picks his. Flair likes his number but Eddie does not seem too happy with his. They hug each other and Eddie leaves. Flair shows his number but it seems like Eddie stole his number during their hug. We then got to Heidenreich who is freaking out about caskets. Gene Snitsky comes in and says he has a plan for Heidenreich. We then get a video package recapping the Taker/Heidenreich feud.

Undertaker vs Heidenreich in a Casket Match
Taker grabs a headlock and Heidenreich tries to back off. Taker hits a shoulderblock. Heidenreich tries a hiptoss but Taker counters with his own and an armdrag. Taker gets an armlock but Heidenreich gets to the ropes. Heidenreich with a headlock and gets a shoulderblock. Another headlock and shoulderblock. Taker with single leg and an awful half crab. Heidenreich gets to the ropes and tries to leave as Take follows. Taker is whipped into the casket. Taker is smashed in to the casket a few more times. Heidenreich goes to work with some punches in the ring. Taker is able to get the triangle choke in the corner. Snitsky makes his way down and he boots Taker. The two hit a double suplex on Taker. They drop some elbows and get the casket open, but Kane is inside the casket. Kane tosses Heidenreich to the floor and hits a clothesline on Snitsky. Kane and Snitsky brawl through the crowd.Taker jumps Heidenreich and smashes him into the casket. Taker gets sent into the steps. Heidenreich tries to push the casket into Taker but he gets out of the way. Taker gets put to sleep. Heidenreich rolls him into the casket and tries to shut the lid but Taker gets the arm out. Taker fights back with rights and pulls Heidenreich into the casket and leg drops the casket lid on him. Taker goes for a Chokeslam but Heidenrich headbutts out. Taker hits a back elbow. Taker then runs into a bossman slam. Heidenreich covers and demands a count, but this match does not work this way dude. He puts Taker in the casket again to no avail. The two slug it out now. Taker with a DDT and calls for the Chokeslam. He hits it and the Tombstone follows. He rolls Heidenreich into the casket to get the win. Man, this was brutal. Lots of botches too that I did not mention.

To the back where Long threatens Eddie and wants him to give back Flair's number. Evolution comes in to make matters worse, so Eddie obliges and gives the number back. Eddie also gives Flair's wallet back that he took as well. HHH wants to discuss how to deal with Randy Orton but Batista says later, he has to get his Rumble number. This leads to some butting heads that Flair has to break up. Elsewhere, Christian and Tyson Tomko are with Bischoff to get their numbers. Christian looks happy with his number. John Cena comes in and Christian says he can beat him in any rap battle. He wants Tomko to drop some lines but he refuses. Christian says he is going to toss Cena out for his peeps. Cena calls Christian gay and then refuses to not pick a number.

John Bradshaw Layfield (c) vs Kurt Angle vs Big Show in a Triple Threat Match for the WWE Title
Show wants JBL one on one. JBL with rights and chops and tries a shoulderblock to no avail. Show with a headbutt and a chop in the corner with another headbutt. Angle is just chilling outside this whole time. Show tries a charge but runs into a boot. JBL tries a splash but Show catches him and hits a bodyslam but Angle breaks up the pin. Angle with a facelock on Show but Show tosses him off and hits a headbutt and more chops. Show sends Angle across and Angle hits the corner hard. JBL tries a suplex on Show to no avail, so Show hits his own. Show with a boot on Angle and hits a double clothesline sending Angle and JBL to the floor. Show hits some rights and sends Angle into the stairs and JBL into the post. Angle tries an attack from behind that fails. Show sets the stairs up next to the announce table. Show climbs the stairs and goes for a Chokeslam through the table on JBL. Angle saves him and goes low and hits Show with a monitor and Show falls through the announce table. Angle goes after JBL. Back in, JBL hits some forearms. Angle goes to work on the arm. JBL powers out and goes for a boot but Angle ducks. Angle with a double leg and goes back to the arm. JBL brawls out and hits a clothesline in the corner. He tries another and Angle moves out of the way and goes for the rolling Germans. He hits one but JBL fights out of another one. JBL goes for the Clothesline from Hell but Angle ducks and hits a German. He tries the Angle Slam but JBL slips out and hits the boot and covers for a nearfall. Show comes back and hits a double clothesline and headbutts both guys. He slams them onto each other. He whips them both into the corner and hits the hipcheck and another double clothesline. Show goes for a double Chokeslam but Angle clips the leg and JBL hits the Clothesline from Hell at the same time. Angle and JBL fight over the cover and Angle hits a German. He pins Show for a nearfall. JBL comes back with a boot and dumps Angle to the floor. JBL covers Show for a nearfall. Show hits JBLK with a Chokeslam. He covers but JBL gets the foot on the ropes. JBL tries to walk off but Show spears him through the barricade. Angle is in the ring with a chair. The Bashams come out to check on JBL. Angle drills Show with the chair. He tries another but Show counters with a flapjack. He covers Angle but Mark Jindrak pulls the ref out. Show tries to grab Jindrak, but Luther Reigns comes down to help his buddy. Show fights off Angle and his cronies. Orlando Jordan slides JBL back into the ring and he hits the Clothesline from Hell on Angle to retain the title. They really did try here, I'll give them that. If it was Angle against some other guys, this would have been much better.

To the back where Carlito wants Batista to sign a petition to get rid of Teddy Long, but Batista won't sign it. Carlito gets ready to spit apple at him, but Batista threatens him, and Carlito says he was just joking with the man. We follow Batista into the room where they draw numbers and Bischoff is complaining that there was a lot of interference in the triple threat match. Teddy retorts that Bischoff knows that Evolution is going to interfere in HHH's match, so this causes Bischoff to ban Evolution and tells Batista to let HHH know, Batista looks happy to relay this message. We then get a video package leading up to the HHH/Orton match.

Triple H (c) vs Randy Orton for the World Heavyweight Title
Orton smacks him to get things going. Orton gets a shoulderblock and a back slide for a nearfall. He punches away in the corner. He sends HHH across and hits a backdrop. He tries a RKO but HHH avoids it and heads to the floor. Orton follows and hits some rights and sends HHH into the apron. HHH runs into a dropkick. More rights from Orton. They slug it out in the corner. Orotn hit a snake eyes on the buckle, he tries another but HHH dumps him to the floor. Orton gets sent into the steps. Back in, HHH goes to a choke. HHH sends him into the corner but runs into a boot. HHH clips the wrapped up knee. HHH sends the knee into the post, chokes Orton, and dumps him to the floor. HHH with another chop block. He drops an elbow on the knee and drives it into the mat. HHH tries the figure four but Orton gets a small package for a nearfall. HHH clips the knee again and gets the figure four. Orton tries sitting up but HHH smacks him down. Orton close to the ropes and HHH pulls him back. Orton rolls it over and HHH gets to the ropes. HHH works over the knee some more. Orton hits a neckbreaker. He wins a slugfest with HHH. Orton with a swinging neckbreaker for a nearfall. Orton goes for a backdrop but HHH kicks him. HHH runs off the ropes into a powerslam for a nearfall. HHH hits an inverted atomic drop. HHH goes up top but Orton slams him off. Orton goes up and hits a flying crossbody for another nearfall. HHH with a jawbreaker and goes for a Pedigree. Orton counters with a double leg and a catapult into the turnbuckle. Orton tries the RKO but gets shoved off. HHH hits a high knee. HHH goes for a Pedigree but gets clotheslined. HHH rolls to the floor and Orton follows and sends him into the barricade and steps. Orton with more rights. Orton tries a DDT but HHH hooks the ropes to prevent it. Orton rolls to the floor after the contact. Back in, the reg gets bumped and Orton gets booted to the floor. HHH grabs the sledgehammer. He goes to drill Orton but gets pulled into the post. Orton gets the sledgehammer and HHH hits a clothesline to take him down. HHH grabs the sledgehammer but he gets rid of it as the ref comes to. He hits the Pedigree to finally end the match and retain the title. Not too bad here. I enjoyed it.

We go to the back where Angle steals Nunzio's number for the Rumble. JBL and his cabinet then waltz into the room where the numbers are being drawn and Long tells him that he will face Show in a barbwire cage match.

Main Event: Royal Rumble
Order of Entry:
1. Eddie Guererro
2. Chris Benoit
3. Daniel Puder
4. Hardcore Holly
5. Hurricane
6. Kenzo Suzuki
7. Edge
8. Rey Mysterio
9. Shelton Benjamin
10. Booker T
11. Chris Jericho
12. Luther Reigns
13. Muhammed Hassan
14. Orlando Jordan
15. Scotty 2 Hotty
16. Charlie Haas
17. Rene Dupree
18. Simon Dean
19. Shawn Michaels
20. Kurt Angle
21. Jonathan Coachman
22. Mark Jindrak
23. Viscera
24. Paul London
25. John Cena
26. Gene Snitsky
27. Kane
28. Batista
29. Christian
30. Ric Flair

Benoit hits an armdrag. Eddie with a hammerlock. Eddie with a snapmare takedown and shoulderblock. Puder out now. Puder gets the mic and says everyone is about to witness history. Benoit and Eddie chop him. Double suplex and solo suplexes. Holly out now. He goes after Puder. Holly hits the Alabama Slam then tosses Puder out. Hurricane is next as Holly is tossed by Benoit and Eddie. They go to work on Hurricane. Eddie tries to pull one over on Benoit but it does not work. Eddie ends up backdropping Hurricane out. Kenzo out next. Benoit and Eddie double up on him. Benoit tries to pull a fast one on Eddie to no avail. Edge out next. He goes after Eddie and Benoit. Edge tries to toss Eddie. Benoit hits a forearm on Edge. Kenzo tries choking Benoit until he clips the knee. Mysterio is next. Mysterio eliminates Kenzo with a headscissors. Benjamin out next and hits a flying back elbow on Edge. Backdrop on Eddie from Benjamin. Benoitís trying to toss Rey. Benjamin tries to eliminate Edge but Rey chopblocks him. Mysterio with a flying headscissors on Benjamin. Booker out now. Booker hits Edge with a roundhouse. Benjamin and Rey almost eliminate each other as Bischoff comes out. Benoit puts the sharpshooter on Eddie but Mysterio breaks it up with a springboard leg drop. Jerichoís next now. Jericho is going to work as Long comes out now. Benoit with a backbreaker on Rey. Reigns is next. He goes after Jericho. The ring separates into Smackdown vs. RAW teams. They all brawl. Eddie tries to backdrop Benjamin over the top but he hangs on. Next is Hassan. They all jump him at the same time. Rey hits a 619 on Hassan and they all help in tossing him out. Jordan is next. He goes after Reigns but Benoit jumps him. Eddie with a spear on Edge. Scotty is next but Hassan jumps him in the entranceway and gets the Camel Cluth. Benjamin with a splash on Edge and tries to slam him over but Edge hangs on. Haas is next and Booker hits him with a kick. A kick to Reigns and heís gone. Booker tosses Jordan as well. Booker is dropkicked by Rey and Eddie tosses Booker. Rey ishit with a T-Bone from Benjamin. Dupree is in now. Hass and Benjamin team up on Dupree. Benjamin launches himself at Edge who ducks and Benjamin lands on the top rope only for Edge to trip him up and toss him. Simon Dean is next.He does some air squats to get warmed up. Jericho dropkicks Edge from behind. HBK is next. HBK goes right for Edge with rights and tosses Dean. HBK tosses Haas. Kurt Angle out. He hits a German on Benoit and an overhead belly to belly on Rey. German on Jericho and an Angle Slam on Edge and Dupree. Angle Lock to HBK. HBK rolls out and hits Sweet Chin Music, sending Angle out of the ring. Rey headbutts HBK and chokes him. Coach is next. Benoit takes down Rey with a back elbow. Coach hits Benoit and then hides. Jericho tries to toss Rey but he hangs on to Jericho with a headscissors. Jindrak is next and Angle slides back in and tosses HBK. Angle picks up the steps and crushes HBK with them. Angle gets the Angle Lock on HBK. Viscera is next. Viscera pounds Jindrak down. London is next. Dupree tries the French Tickler on London but Jericho jumps him and tosses him out. Cena is next. He backdrops Viscera over the top. Rey with a broncobuster on Coach. Snitsky is next. Snitsky and Cena sqaure off. Kane is next. Snitsky boots him but Kane gets a clothesline and Chokeslams Edge, Benoit and Cena. Jericho gets one as well as Rey before tossing out Jindrak. Coach jumps Kane. He gets Coach but Snitsky jumps from behind. Batista is next. He punches Snitsky and clotheslines him to the floor. Kane and Batista slug it out. Batista Bomb on Kane. He catches Jericho and press slams him to the floor. Batista tries to toss Edge but he hangs on. Christian is next. Cena boots Edge and Rey hits a 619 on Kane. Cena then FUs Kane over the top. Flair is out and everyone is accounted for. He and Batista hug and Flair goes to work on Coach, tossing him out. He and Batista work over Christian and elininate him. Benoit is the next victim of Evolution as he gets tossed next. Flair tries to toss Batista but that fails. Flair begs off but before Batista can do anything Rey and Edge hit the double dropkick on him. Flair gets a Spear from Edge. Edge then tosses Flair. Down to the final four: Edge, Rey, Cena, and Batista. Edge boots Rey and tries to go to work but Batista cuts him off and tries a clothesline. Edge ducks and Spears Batista and Cena. He tries another on Rey but Rey leapfrogs him and hits a 619. He goes for the West Coast Pop but Edge ducks and uses Reyís momentum to send him over the top. Rey hangs on to the apron but Edge Spears him off. Edge goes toward Cena and Batista but gets backdropped over the top by both of them. Batista with a boot but Cena puts him in a firemanís carry and tries to toss him but Batista keeps grabbing the ropes. Batista goes for the Batista Bomb but his momentum sends him back into the ropes and over the top and both hit the floor at the same time. A Raw ref says Batista won and a SD ref says Cena won. Here comes Vince McMahon and he hurts himself getting into the ring to restart the match. Batista boots Cena but can't get the Batista Bomb. Cena tries the FU to no avail. Batista hits a spinebuster and Cena is then tossed as Batista wins. Really good Rumble here. One of the better ones to watch, that is for sure. A definite top 5 if you ask me.

Grade: B+
No A only because of the casket match that was awful. Everything else was pretty solid though


Running Tally of Wrestler W/L Record (I know, silly, but, whatever, just for fun, excluding battle royals and royal rumbles):
Rick Steiner: 5-0
"Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich: 5-0
Fabulous Moolah: 4-0
Max Mini: 3-0
Mo: 3-0
Tiger Ali Singh: 3-0
Nicole Bass: 2-0
Butterbean: 2-0
Bertha Faye: 2-0
Hillbilly Jim: 2-0
Mordecai: 2-0
Mr. T: 2-0
Nova: 2-0
Rockin' Robin: 2-0
Noriyo Tateno: 2-0
Itsuki Yamazaki: 2-0
Perro Aguayo: 1-0
Ted Arcidi: 1-0
Lioness Asuka: 1-0
Cheesy: 1-0
El Canek: 1-0
Hector Garza: 1-0
The Great Sasuke: 1-0
Haiti Kid: 1-0
Bruce Hart: 1-0
Keith Hart: 1-0
Muhammed Hassan: 1-0
Earl Hebner: 1-0
Christy Hemme: 0-1
Paul Heyman: 1-0
Sam Houston: 1-0
Jackyl: 1-0
Koji Kitao: 1-0
Aja Kong: 1-0
Little Beaver: 1-0
Jose Lothario: 1-0
Hugh Morrus: 1-0
Queasy: 1-0
Rad Radford: 1-0
Wendi Richter: 1-0
Giant Silva: 1-0
Dick Slater: 1-0
Sleezy: 1-0
Sniper: 1-0
Johnny Stamboli: 1-0
Lawrence Taylor: 1-0
Genichiro Tenryu: 1-0
Tomoko Watanabe: 1-0
Mae Young: 1-0
Tom Zenk: 1-0
Tugboat/Typhoon: 6-1
"Jumpin" Jim Brunzell: 3-1
Doug Furnas: 3-1
Phil LaFon: 3-1
B. Brian Blair: 2-1
Tully Blanchard: 2-1
Jesus Castillo: 2-1
Jimmy Del Rey: 2-1
Jose Estrada Jr: 2-1
Miss Kitty/The Kat: 2-1
Kurrgan/Interrogator: 2-1
Brian Pillman: 2-1
Jim Powers: 2-1
"The Natural" Butch Reed: 2-1
Kenzo Suzuki: 2-1
Tama: 2-1
Ultimate Warrior: 15-2
Sable: 9-2
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat: 8-2
Torrie Wilson: 7-2
Goldberg: 5-2
Stevie Richards: 5-2
Danny Basham: 3-2
Doug Basham: 3-2
Eugene: 3-2
Terry Funk/Chainsaw Charlie: 3-2
Brian Knobs: 3-2
Harley Race: 3-2
Rico: 3-2
Joey Sags: 3-2
Thrasher: 9-3
Tatanka: 7-3-1
Jamie Noble: 6-3
"Ravishing" Rick Rude: 6-3-1
Junkyard Dog: 5-3
Tom Pritchard/Zip: 5-3
Dynamite Kid: 5-3-1
King Kong Bundy: 4-3
Earthquake/Golga: 10-4
Shelton Benjamin: 9-4
Mosh/Chaz: 9-4
Scott Steiner: 9-4
Tazz: 7-4
Demolition Ax: 6-4
Jazz: 5-4
John Cena: 10-5
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan: 9-5
Randy Orton: 9-5
Ahmed Johnson: 8-5
Brian Christopher/Grandmaster Sexay: 7-5
Bull Buchanan/Recon: 6-5
Charlie Haas: 6-5
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart: 11-6
Spike Dudley: 10-6
Scott Taylor/Scotty 2 Hotty: 10-6
Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake: 7-6
Ivory: 7-6
"Macho Man" Randy Savage: 18-7
Brock Lesnar: 14-8-1
Hawk: 12-8-1
Val Venis: 13-9
Animal: 12-9-1
Savio Vega: 11-9
Hulk Hogan/Mr. America: 21-11
Ken Shamrock: 15-12
Razor Ramon/Scott Hall: 15-13
Eddie Guererro: 30-18
Roadie/Jesse James/Road Dogg: 22-18-1
Bret "Hitman" Hart: 34-20-1
British Bulldog: 24-20-2
Blue Blazer/Owen Hart: 28-22
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: 33-27
Kurt Angle: 33-28
Edge/Conquistador: 30-29
The Rock: 35-30-2
Undertaker: 64-35-2
Triple H: 49-39-2
Ludwig Borga: 1-1
Corporal Kirchner: 1-1
Debra: 1-1
Dory Funk Jr: 1-1
Zach Gowan: 1-1
Billy Jack Haynes: 1-1
Jamal: 1-1
Kanyon: 1-1
Rodney Mack: 1-1
Velvet McIntyre: 1-1
Moondog Spot: 1-1
Mosaic: 1-1
Nailz: 1-1
Chris Nowinski: 1-1
Sean O'Haire: 1-1
Sapphire: 1-1
Big John Studd: 1-1
Arn Anderson: 2-2
Alundra Blayze: 2-2
Jonathan Coachman: 2-2
Bobby Heenan: 2-2
Diamond Dallas Page: 2-2
Miguel Perez: 2-2
Red Rooster: 2-2
Rosey: 2-2
Funaki: 3-3
Dusty Rhodes: 3-3
Skip: 3-3
Bushwhacker Butch: 4-4
Bushwhacker Luke: 4-4
Taka Michinoku: 4-4
Paul Roma: 4-4
Virgil: 4-4
Lex Luger: 4-4-1
Sylvain Grenier: 5-5
Victoria: 5-5
The Warlord: 5-5
Demolition Smash/Repo Man: 7-7
Steve Blackman: 8-8
Chyna: 9-9
Stephen Regal/William Regal: 12-12
Big Boss Man: 15-15
Rob Van Dam: 16-16
Billy Gunn/Rockabilly/Billy: 27-27-1
Bob Backlund: 1-2
Justin Credible: 1-2
"Dangerous" Danny Davis: 1-2
Dean Douglas: 1-2
"Rugged" Ronnie Garvin: 1-2
Hakushi: 1-2
Barry Horowitz/Red Knight: 1-2
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley: 1-2
Miss Jackie: 1-2
The Patriot: 1-2
Terri Runnels: 1-2
Sato: 1-2
Sensational Sherri: 1-2
Gene Snitsky: 1-2
Shawn Stasiak: 1-2
Teiho: 1-2
Togo: 1-2
Tyson Tomko: 1-2
Beau Beverly: 2-3
Blake Beverly: 2-3
Chainz/DiBiase's Undertaker: 2-3
The Iron Sheik/Col. Mustafa: 2-3
Pierre: 1-3
Luther Reigns: 1-3
Barry Windham/The Stalker: 1-3
One Man Gang/Akeem: 3-4
Chuck Palumbo/Chuck: 3-4
Sgt. Slaughter: 3-4
Maven: 2-4
Tori: 2-4
Adrian Adonis: 1-4
Matt Borne/Doink: 1-4
Darren Drozdov/Droz: 1-4
Tanaka: 1-4
The Barbarian/Sione: 4-5
Batista: 4-5
Ray Rougeau: 4-5-1
Gangrel: 3-5
Scorpio/Flash Funk: 3-5
Samu: 2-5
Luna Vachon: 2-5
Bad News Brown: 1-5
Dawn Marie (ECW): 1-5
Paul Orndorff: 1-5
Raven: 1-5
Dino Bravo: 4-6
Chavo Guerrero Jr: 4-6
Dean Malenko: 4-6
Vince McMahon: 4-6
Nikolai Volkoff: 4-6
Eli Blu/8 Ball: 3-6
Jacob Blu/Skull: 3-6
Rob Conway: 2-6
Hurricane Helms/The Hurricane: 2-6
Rhyno: 5-7
Rene Dupree: 4-7
Haku: 4-7
Billy Kidman: 4-7
Andre the Giant: 3-7
Honky Tonk Man: 2-7
Don Muraco: 1-7
Koko B. Ware: 1-7
Crash Holly: 7-8
Mr. Perfect: 6-8
Perry Saturn: 5-8
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper: 4-8
Lance Storm: 3-8
Bart Gunn: 8-9
Marc Mero: 8-9
Mark Henry: 7-9
Shane McMahon: 7-9
Psycho Sid: 6-9
Rick Martel: 5-9
Kama/Godfather/Goodfather: 9-10
Ric Flair: 8-10
Molly Holly/Mighty Molly: 5-10
Mike Rotunda/I.R.S: 5-10
Jake "The Snake" Roberts: 9-11-1
Jacques Rougeau/The Mountie: 8-11-1
Bam Bam Bigelow: 7-11
Jerry "The King" Lawler: 5-11
Tajiri: 5-11
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine/Blue Knight: 5-11
Jacqueline: 1-11
Mabel/Viscera: 7-12
Tito Santana: 7-12
Marty Jannety: 6-12
Henry Godwinn/Mark Canterbury: 5-12
Lita: 4-12
"Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase: 9-13
Yokozuna: 9-13
Diesel/Kevin Nash: 8-13-1
Hercules: 4-13
Rey Mysterio: 4-13
D-Lo Brown: 9-14
Vader: 7-14
Prince Albert/Albert/A-Train: 4-14
Trish Stratus: 14-15
Phineas Godwinn/Dennis Knight/Mideon: 5-15
Crush/Brian Adams: 4-15
Fatu/Sultan/Rikishi: 14-16
Al Snow/Leif Cassidy: 8-17
Test: 7-18
Jeff Jarrett: 10-19
Bob Holly/Hardcore Holly: 9-19
Booker T: 10-21
Bradshaw/John Bradshaw Layfield: 21-22
Faarooq/Ron Simmons: 15-23
Jeff Hardy: 14-23
Chris Benoit: 23-24
Matt Hardy: 13-24
Mankind/Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mick Foley: 17-26-1
Dustin Rhodes/Goldust/Dustin Runnels: 13-26
Big Show: 18-27
X-Pac/1-2-3 Kid: 22-28
Bubba Ray Dudley: 21-29
D-Von Dudley: 19-29
Shawn Michaels: 28-30-3
Christian/Conquistador: 25-30
Chris Jericho: 30-32
Kane/Isaac Yankem/Fake Diesel: 31-35-1
Joey Abs: 0-1
General Adnan: 0-1
Aguila: 0-1
Akio: 0-1
Captain Lou Albano: 0-1
Chapparita Asari: 0-1
Mike Awesome: 0-1
BB: 0-1
Bastion Booger: 0-1
Battalion: 0-1
Berzerker: 0-1
Blackjack Mulligan: 0-1
Blue Meanie: 0-1
Carlito Caribbean Cool: 0-1
Carmella (Diva Search): 0-1
Scott Casey: 0-1
Donna Christianello: 0-1
Conquistador Dos: 0-1
Conquistador Uno: 0-1
James Cornette: 0-1
Duke "The Dumpster" Droese: 0-1
Paul Ellering: 0-1
Jerry Estrada: 0-1
Jimmy Jack Funk: 0-1
Mr. Fuji: 0-1
Tony Garea: 0-1
Pete Gas: 0-1
Jeff Gaylord/Black Knight: 0-1
The Genius: 0-1
Executioner/Terry Gordy: 0-1
Fuerza Guerrera: 0-1
Sakie Hasegawa: 0-1
Michael Hayes: 0-1
Heavy Metal: 0-1
Kyoko Inoue: 0-1
Jesus: 0-1
Nathan Jones: 0-1
SD Jones: 0-1
Buddy Landell: 0-1
Little Tokyo: 0-1
Teddy Long: 0-1
Lord Littlebrooke: 0-1
Dawn Marie (non ECW): 0-1
Waylon Mercy: 0-1
Shannon Moore: 0-1
Pedro Morales: 0-1
Matt Morgan: 0-1
Bull Nakano: 0-1
Nidia: 0-1
Pantera: 0-1
Nick Patrick: 0-1
Pink: 0-1
Ivan Putski: 0-1
Scott Putski: 0-1
Essa Rios: 0-1
Rodney: 0-1
The Executioner/Buddy Rose: 0-1
Jim Ross: 0-1
David Sammartino: 0-1
Dan Severn: 0-1
Shaniqua: 0-1
"Iron" Mike Sharpe: 0-1
Spanky/Brian Kendrick: 0-1
George "The Animal" Steele: 0-1
Ultimo Dragon: 0-1
Uncle Elmer: 0-1
George Wells: 0-1
Wink: 0-1
"Outlaw" Ron Bass: 0-2
Dink: 0-2
El Torito: 0-2
Fake Razor Ramon: 0-2
Giant Gonzales: 0-2
Robert Gibson: 0-2
Duane Gill/Gillberg: 0-2
Heidenreich: 0-2
Kamala: 0-2
Kato: 0-2
Gail Kim: 0-2
K-Kwik: 0-2
Paul London: 0-2
Ricky Morton: 0-2
Nunzio: 0-2
"Cowboy" Bob Orton: 0-2
Tarantula: 0-2
Zeus: 0-2
Eric Bischoff: 0-3
Garrison Cade: 0-3
Judy Martin: 0-3
Ken Patera: 0-3
Skinner: 0-3
Mark Jindrak: 0-4
Leilani Kai: 0-4
Adam Bomb/Bryan Clark: 0-5
Stacy Keibler: 0-5
Boris Zhukov: 0-5
"Superfly" Jimmy Snuka: 0-6
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PPV: 2005 No Way Out
Date: 2/20/05
Location: Mellon Arena (Pittsburgh)


SD brand PPV here. I will compare this one with Raw's Taboo Tuesday from 2004. At the moment, SD has a 5-2 advantage in the head to head battle. It is mentioned before the show starts that Batista will be in attendance, remember he won the Rumble last month and gets to choose what title he wants to go after.

Basham Brothers (c) vs Rey Mysterio/Eddie Guererro for the WWE Tag Team Titles
Eddie and Danny start things off here. Eddie is able to get the leg and twists on it. Tag to Rey and a running shoulderblock in the corner to Danny. Leg drop gets a nearfall for the faces. Tag to Doug and he beats Rey down in the corner. Doug chokes him out. Rey hits a springboard to an arm drag. Tag to Eddie who hits a back elbow to Danny. Danny takes Eddie to the corner and shoulderblocks him. Danny then goes to a choke. Eddie with a back suplex. Doug comes in and hits an elbow. Eddie is backed into the corner with some fists. Doug with a powerslam but Rey breaks up the pin. Doug heads to the top and misses as Eddie gets out of the way and tags Rey. He hits a springboard crossbody for a nearfall then a bulldog for another. Danny gets in and beats down Rey. The heels double stomp Rey in the corner. Danny with a boot to Rey. Full Nelson gets locked in. Danny goes to a waist lock as they go to the mat. Rey elbows out. At this point, Rey plays face in peril and is cut off ffrom Eddie as the Bashams continue to work the smaller opponent down. Rey is able to run to his corner eventually and makes the tag. Eddie cleans house now. The heels are able to rebound and hit a double spinebuster for a nearfall. They try a double suplex, but Rey breaks it up. Rey gets slammed on the floor by Danny as Eddie grabs one of the titles. The Bashams pull a switcheroo, and Eddie goes up top and misses the Frogsplash. Eddie plays dead and Doug goes over to him and gets rolled up for a nearfall. They toss the title around to each other and then Rey tosses the other title in. Doug is nailed with the title. Danny is hit with the 619. Eddie makes the cover on Doug and we have new champs. The new champs celebrate in the ring. Pretty fun one to start things off.

We go to the back where teddy Long looks to be happy with himself. He tells an assistant to let him know when Batista gets to the arena and to make sure he is taken care of when he arrives. Carlito comes in with some blonde chick, who has a husband that works with the Board of Directors. Carlito wants to see Batista. It is mentioned that the Board will make a decision based off the Batista situation. Carlito lets Teddy know that if he is not able to sign Batista, Teddy may find himself fired. We then get the 1st round of some sort of Divas Rookie of the Year thing, with evening gowns being involved. Fans vote on their favorite, bunch of wasted time here. Joy, Rachelle, Lauren and Michelle are the options to vote for.

Booker T vs Heidenreich
Heidenreich reads us on of his great poems before the match. Booker takes him to the corner. They lock up and knee by Heidenreich sends Booker down. A clothesline to Booker gets a nearfall. Booker bounces back with a sidekick and chops. Booker lays in with some rights. Booker hits a knee, but Heidenreich comes back with a back elbow and Booker goes to the floor. Heidenreich follows and Booker slams him to the steps before going back to the ring. Chops and a superkick for Booker gets another nearfall. Heidenreich comes back with a slam and a running clothesline. Rights by Heidenreich and then he tosses Booker into the post. Another right gets a nearfall for Heidenreich. Cobra clutch on Booker. Booker elbows out and hits some chops. Booker comes off the ropes right into a boot. Heidenreich goes to a wristlock now. Booker gets to his feet and hits a spine buster. The punch it out with Booker winning that battle. Clothesline by Booker then a kick to the face.Booker misses the Ax Kick and tries a Book End. Heidenreich fights out and goes to the floor. They fight on the floor. Heidenreich grabs a chair and drills Booker with it as the ref calls for the bell. Heidenreich tosses Booker back in the ring and covers him. He counts his own pin and says that Booker cheats. Well, that was interesting.

In the back, people are setting a room up for Batista. We then go to Eddie and Rey who are celebrating with other wrestlers as John Cena comes in. Eddie gives Cena a pep talk before his match with Kurt Angle.He tells Cena to not tap and that when Angle gets angry, he makes mistakes.

Funaki (c) vs Spike Dudley vs Shannon Moore vs Akio vs Paul London vs Chavo Guererro in a Cruiserweight Open for the Cruiserweight Title
This is a gauntlet style match. All the competitors that are not in the ring are on the outside waiting for their turn to come in. London and Funaki to start, well that doesn't seem fair, that the champ has to start, he should get the advantage here. London takes him to the ropes. Lock up and London with a waist lock. Funaki fights him off and gets a cover for a nearfall. Arm drag by London and a mule kick follows. He misses a charge, and Funaki hits a bulldog for a nearfall. Ref yells at Chavo, then Spike drills Funaki. London rolls him up to eliminate him. Spike in and he beats down London. Funaki comes in and drills Spike. London covers and eliminates him, payback is a b**** Spike! Moore is and he rolls up London for a nearfall. Back slide by Moore for another nearfall. Headlock to London but London fights out. Chops by London leads to a roll up for a nearfall. Rights by Moore. Moore misses a corkscrew moonsault. 450 by London and Moore is out. Akio in and he drills London with a clothesline. Kick by Akio to stay in control. Up top and a head scissors choke over the ropes. Headlock to slow things down now. London fights to his feet. Enziguri by Akio gets a nearfall. Akio with some kicks now. Chops by Akio as London is taking a beating now. London is put on the top rope and Akio goes for a superplex. London fights it off and hits a neckbreaker from the top rope, whoa!!!!! The ref counts as both men are out. London gets to his feet and the ref makes the count of ten and Akio is still out, so he his gone from this match. Chavo comes in with some rights and kicks. Slam by Chavo. European uppercut by Chavo, and then kicks away. London tries to fight back with rights. Chavo goes for a neck breaker but London prevents it. London with a dragon suplex for a nearfall. Rights to Chavo followed by a backdrop. Chavo gets a knee to the gut. London with a roll up, but Chavo reverses it and holds on to the ropes to get the win. Some pretty cool spots here, but a bit short.

We then see Batista on SD earlier in the week and taking a bat to JBL's limo. Tha cabinet chased after Batista and that allowed Big Show to come out to beat up on JBL while he was alone. The cabinet comes running back to help but Batista runs down to help Show out. We go to the back where Show looks to be in the zone before his match later on with JBL. We then get round two of the Diva thing as Dawn Marie and Torrie Wilson come out to move things along. This is a talent competition this time around. Joy's is giving massages, I could make jokes there, but I will refrain. Lauren's is dancing. Rachelle tells terrible jokes. Michelle just slams Dawn Marie. We still have one more round of this garbage. We then go to Josh Matthews who is with JBL. JBL is not worried, despite Teddy setting him up for failure. JBL knows what is in store for him and will prove himself as a wrestling God.

Undertaker vs Luther Reigns w/Mark Jindrak
Jindrak gets tossed by the ref before things get going. We see last week on SD where Taker beat Jindrak but Reigns comes into the ring and destroys him with a camera from the ring crew. They trade punches before Taker gets in some elbows. Reigns gets in a headbutt. Taker with an armbar then shoulderblocks to Reigns. Taker hits Old School. DDT to Reigns gets a nearfall. Taker with a choke now and chases the ref off. Reigns undoes the turnbuckle pad then knees Taker. Reigns clubs away and goes to send Taker into the exposed turnbuckle , but Taker stops him. Reigns is able to hit a clothesline. Punches by Reigns but Taker is able to utilize the exposed turnbuckle to his favor. Reigns is laid on the apron and Taker goes to the floor and drops elbows to the throat. Taker with a leg drop on the apron. Reigns tries to plead with the man and Taker grabs him, only to get low blowed. Reigns rams Taker’s head into that exposed turnbuckle. Reigns kicks away tosses him to the floor. Taker is rammed into the apron, then tossed him into the steps. Boots to Taker in the ring. Reigns with punches and a hard whip to the corner. Suplex by Reigns gets a nearfall. More boots and punches to Taker. Single leg Boston crab to Taker before he is rolled over for a pin attempt.Reigns still has the le but Taker punches out. Taker punches away now and Reigns is reeling. Clothesline gets a nearfall for Taker. Boot by Taker but Reigns tackles him down for a nearfall. Slam by Reigns for another nearfall. They trade more punches. Taker hits a flying clothesline. Reigns fights out of Snake Eyes but gets hit with a boot any ways. Leg drop gets a nearfall for Taker. Taker hits the Chokeslam. Taker goes for a Tombstone, but Reigns hits a neck breaker for a near win. Reigns with more punches again to Taker. He picks him up and tries the neck breaker but Taker hits a DDT. Taker is able to hit the Tombstone a second time around to get the win. Not all that great here.

We see Teddy waiting around in the back for Batista. Back to the ring for the final round of the Diva thing going on. This is a bathing suit competition. Joy wins 65% of the internet votes. We then get a recap of the tournament that has led us to Angle and Cena.

John Cena vs Kurt Angle in a #1 Contenders Match to the WWE Title
Winner gets to cash in at Mania. Cena beat Orlando Jordan and Booker T to get to this point. Angle only beat Mysterio, as he got a bye in the semis because Rene Dupree and Taker ended in double countout. Angle with a headlock take down. Cena tries to fight up to no avail. Belly to belly by Angle and an armbar. Headlock is in and Cena fights to his feet and takes Angle to the corner. They lock up and Cena gets a headlock. Drop toehold into a front face lock by Angle. Half nelson to Cena that gets a nearfall. Cena fights to his feet. Shoulder block to Angle. Angle charges and misses. Cena takes him to the floor. Cena tackles him over the announce table. Cena rams Angle’s head off of the table. Suplex to Angle gets a nearfall in the ring. Rights to Angle then boots to the gut. Boot to the face then a clothesline to Angle. He goes for the FU, but Angle escapes and goes to the floor. Angle back in and Cena with rights and Angle is down in the corner. Angle gets a German and tosses Cena to the corner. Kicks to Cena’s gut and then shots to his neck. Suplex by Angle gets a nearfall. Headlock is in once more. Backbreaker to Cena gets another nearfall. Boots to Cena’s head and Angle goes to work with punches. Snap mare and a body scissors by Angle. Angle goes back to a headlock. Cena tries to escape and gets a back elbow for his troubles. Rolling Germans by Angle. A choke by Angle. Cena rallies and knees Angle. He hits the ropes and hits a flying shoulderblock to Angle. Cena lays in with some rights. Headbutt and a clothesline to Angle. Cena hits a spinebuster that gets a nearfall. German by Angle, he tries another but it is blocked. Blue Thunder Driver to Angle that nearly gets the win. FU try is rolled through as Angle gets a nearfall. Overhead belly to belly to Cena and Angle goes the Angle Slam. Cena reverses to a DDT for a nearfall. Angle gets the Angle Lock in. Cena shoves him off to the floor. Back in and Angle is hit with the FU but Angle kicks out. Angle chops the knee and gets in some elbow drops. Chop to the knee again. He rams Cena's ankle off of the post. Cena tries to get up and is hit with the Angle Slam. Angle Lock is applied. Cena crawls to the ropes but Angle pulls him back to the middle of the ring. Cena tries again, so Angle grapevines the hold. Cena finally makes it to the ropes. Angle breaks the hold but puts it back on as Cena still holds the ropes. Cena shoves Angle back and the ref gets bumped. Angle grabs Cena's chain and wraps it around his fist. Cena hits a spear. He follows with the FU and picks up the win. Really good one to watch here. Cena falls to the mat as he holds on to his ankle, damage clearly done despite the win.

Still no sign of Batista yet as we get to the ME. We get a recap leading up to the ME.

Main Event: John Bradhsaw Layfield (c) vs Big Show in a Barb Wire Steel Cage Match for the WWE Title
Only way to escape is to climb over the top, where there is barb wire. Door is locked and won't be opened, so your other options is getting a pin or submission, clearly the odds stacked against the champ. They trade punches to start. Show tries to slam JBL to the cage, but he blocks it. Chops by Show, and then a right puts JBL down. Show chokes him out. Shoulderblock to the gut, then a shoulder breaker by JBL. JBL tries to climb, but realizes there is barbed wire. JBL tries a cross body, but Show catches him and hits a fall away slam. Right by Show takes JBL down. Chops again. JBL pokes the eye. JBL tries to climb again, but Show pulls him down. Suplex to JBL. Headbutt to JBL and more chops. Show charges and eats a boot. JBL sends him into the cage. JBL tries to climb again. JBL waits for Show to get up and hits a flying shoulder block. Boots to Show and then rams him to the cage again. Elbow drop gets a nearfall for JBL. Boot to the face to keep Show down. Elbow again by JBL. JBL unties the tag rope. He now chokes Show with the tag rope. Punches to Show. JBL comes off the ropes but is hit with a boot. Show grabs JBL and hits a reverse powerbomb into the cage, then powerbombs him to the mat. Show and JBL are busted open. JBL is rammed into the cage by Showl. Show catapults JBL into the cage. Here comes Orlando Jordan and the Bashams. This brings Teddy out. He kicks them out of the area but not before they get bolt cutters to JBL. JBL drills Show with the bolt cutters. He hits the Clothesline from Hell but only gets a nearfall. JBL is barking at Show and Show catches him and hits a Chokeslam that gets a nearfall. Show grabs him but JBL hits a low blow that gets a nearfall. JBL tries to go out the door, forgetting that you can't get out that way. He gets the bolt cutters and climbs up top. He tries to cut the wire as Show gets to his feet. JBL is rammed off the cage. JBL gets a thumb to the eye. Punchess by JBL, but Show fights back. They walk along the ropes and Show is rammed off of the cage. Show has him and Chokeslams him through the ring. Show kicks at the door and tries to break it open. He ends up breaking the chain to the door He opens the door and goes to walk out. Show celebrates on the steps and the bell rings. JBL is declared the winner as he climbed his way from under the ring after going through it. Smart move by that man. Show is pissed so he grabs JBL and bring him in the ring to beat up on him. JBL's cabinet comes to make the save though. But here comes Batista. He hands out spinebusters. One of the Bashams is hit with a Batista Bomb as JBL gets out of dodge. Oh but wait, here comes Cena. Cena gets ahold of JBL and JBL ends up getting a spinebuster on the floor. Cena and Batista stare each other down as the show ends. Not a very good match here, I did like how the story unfolded in it though.

Grade: D
Opened with a great tag match, but everything up to Angle/Cena was not all that great. The ME was a downer as I felt it could have been better, especially for all the hype they gave the barbed wire steel cage match. Raw is able to rally and gets the score to 5-3, in favor of SD.


Running Tally of Wrestler W/L Record (I know, silly, but, whatever, just for fun, excluding battle royals and royal rumbles):
Rick Steiner: 5-0
"Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich: 5-0
Fabulous Moolah: 4-0
Max Mini: 3-0
Mo: 3-0
Tiger Ali Singh: 3-0
Nicole Bass: 2-0
Butterbean: 2-0
Bertha Faye: 2-0
Hillbilly Jim: 2-0
Mordecai: 2-0
Mr. T: 2-0
Nova: 2-0
Rockin' Robin: 2-0
Noriyo Tateno: 2-0
Itsuki Yamazaki: 2-0
Perro Aguayo: 1-0
Ted Arcidi: 1-0
Lioness Asuka: 1-0
Cheesy: 1-0
El Canek: 1-0
Hector Garza: 1-0
The Great Sasuke: 1-0
Haiti Kid: 1-0
Bruce Hart: 1-0
Keith Hart: 1-0
Muhammed Hassan: 1-0
Earl Hebner: 1-0
Christy Hemme: 0-1
Paul Heyman: 1-0
Sam Houston: 1-0
Jackyl: 1-0
Koji Kitao: 1-0
Aja Kong: 1-0
Little Beaver: 1-0
Jose Lothario: 1-0
Hugh Morrus: 1-0
Queasy: 1-0
Rad Radford: 1-0
Wendi Richter: 1-0
Giant Silva: 1-0
Dick Slater: 1-0
Sleezy: 1-0
Sniper: 1-0
Johnny Stamboli: 1-0
Lawrence Taylor: 1-0
Genichiro Tenryu: 1-0
Tomoko Watanabe: 1-0
Mae Young: 1-0
Tom Zenk: 1-0
Tugboat/Typhoon: 6-1
"Jumpin" Jim Brunzell: 3-1
Doug Furnas: 3-1
Phil LaFon: 3-1
B. Brian Blair: 2-1
Tully Blanchard: 2-1
Jesus Castillo: 2-1
Jimmy Del Rey: 2-1
Jose Estrada Jr: 2-1
Miss Kitty/The Kat: 2-1
Kurrgan/Interrogator: 2-1
Brian Pillman: 2-1
Jim Powers: 2-1
"The Natural" Butch Reed: 2-1
Kenzo Suzuki: 2-1
Tama: 2-1
Ultimate Warrior: 15-2
Sable: 9-2
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat: 8-2
Torrie Wilson: 7-2
Goldberg: 5-2
Stevie Richards: 5-2
Eugene: 3-2
Terry Funk/Chainsaw Charlie: 3-2
Brian Knobs: 3-2
Harley Race: 3-2
Rico: 3-2
Joey Sags: 3-2
Thrasher: 9-3
Tatanka: 7-3-1
Jamie Noble: 6-3
"Ravishing" Rick Rude: 6-3-1
Junkyard Dog: 5-3
Tom Pritchard/Zip: 5-3
Dynamite Kid: 5-3-1
King Kong Bundy: 4-3
Earthquake/Golga: 10-4
Shelton Benjamin: 9-4
Mosh/Chaz: 9-4
Scott Steiner: 9-4
Tazz: 7-4
Demolition Ax: 6-4
Jazz: 5-4
John Cena: 11-5
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan: 9-5
Randy Orton: 9-5
Ahmed Johnson: 8-5
Brian Christopher/Grandmaster Sexay: 7-5
Bull Buchanan/Recon: 6-5
Charlie Haas: 6-5
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart: 11-6
Scott Taylor/Scotty 2 Hotty: 10-6
Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake: 7-6
Ivory: 7-6
"Macho Man" Randy Savage: 18-7
Spike Dudley: 10-7
Brock Lesnar: 14-8-1
Hawk: 12-8-1
Val Venis: 13-9
Animal: 12-9-1
Savio Vega: 11-9
Hulk Hogan/Mr. America: 21-11
Ken Shamrock: 15-12
Razor Ramon/Scott Hall: 15-13
Eddie Guererro: 31-18
Roadie/Jesse James/Road Dogg: 22-18-1
Bret "Hitman" Hart: 34-20-1
British Bulldog: 24-20-2
Blue Blazer/Owen Hart: 28-22
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: 33-27
Kurt Angle: 33-29
Edge/Conquistador: 30-29
The Rock: 35-30-2
Undertaker: 65-35-2
Triple H: 49-39-2
Ludwig Borga: 1-1
Corporal Kirchner: 1-1
Debra: 1-1
Dory Funk Jr: 1-1
Zach Gowan: 1-1
Billy Jack Haynes: 1-1
Jamal: 1-1
Kanyon: 1-1
Rodney Mack: 1-1
Velvet McIntyre: 1-1
Moondog Spot: 1-1
Mosaic: 1-1
Nailz: 1-1
Chris Nowinski: 1-1
Sean O'Haire: 1-1
Sapphire: 1-1
Big John Studd: 1-1
Arn Anderson: 2-2
Alundra Blayze: 2-2
Jonathan Coachman: 2-2
Bobby Heenan: 2-2
Diamond Dallas Page: 2-2
Miguel Perez: 2-2
Red Rooster: 2-2
Rosey: 2-2
Danny Basham: 3-3
Doug Basham: 3-3
Dusty Rhodes: 3-3
Skip: 3-3
Bushwhacker Butch: 4-4
Bushwhacker Luke: 4-4
Taka Michinoku: 4-4
Paul Roma: 4-4
Virgil: 4-4
Lex Luger: 4-4-1
Sylvain Grenier: 5-5
Victoria: 5-5
The Warlord: 5-5
Demolition Smash/Repo Man: 7-7
Steve Blackman: 8-8
Chyna: 9-9
Stephen Regal/William Regal: 12-12
Big Boss Man: 15-15
Rob Van Dam: 16-16
Bradshaw/John Bradshaw Layfield: 22-22
Billy Gunn/Rockabilly/Billy: 27-27-1
Bob Backlund: 1-2
Justin Credible: 1-2
"Dangerous" Danny Davis: 1-2
Dean Douglas: 1-2
"Rugged" Ronnie Garvin: 1-2
Hakushi: 1-2
Barry Horowitz/Red Knight: 1-2
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley: 1-2
Miss Jackie: 1-2
The Patriot: 1-2
Terri Runnels: 1-2
Sato: 1-2
Sensational Sherri: 1-2
Gene Snitsky: 1-2
Shawn Stasiak: 1-2
Teiho: 1-2
Togo: 1-2
Tyson Tomko: 1-2
Beau Beverly: 2-3
Blake Beverly: 2-3
Chainz/DiBiase's Undertaker: 2-3
The Iron Sheik/Col. Mustafa: 2-3
Pierre: 1-3
Barry Windham/The Stalker: 1-3
Funaki: 3-4
One Man Gang/Akeem: 3-4
Chuck Palumbo/Chuck: 3-4
Sgt. Slaughter: 3-4
Maven: 2-4
Tori: 2-4
Adrian Adonis: 1-4
Matt Borne/Doink: 1-4
Darren Drozdov/Droz: 1-4
Luther Reigns: 1-4
Tanaka: 1-4
The Barbarian/Sione: 4-5
Batista: 4-5
Ray Rougeau: 4-5-1
Gangrel: 3-5
Scorpio/Flash Funk: 3-5
Samu: 2-5
Luna Vachon: 2-5
Bad News Brown: 1-5
Dawn Marie (ECW): 1-5
Paul Orndorff: 1-5
Raven: 1-5
Chavo Guerrero Jr: 5-6
Dino Bravo: 4-6
Dean Malenko: 4-6
Vince McMahon: 4-6
Nikolai Volkoff: 4-6
Eli Blu/8 Ball: 3-6
Jacob Blu/Skull: 3-6
Rob Conway: 2-6
Hurricane Helms/The Hurricane: 2-6
Rhyno: 5-7
Rene Dupree: 4-7
Haku: 4-7
Billy Kidman: 4-7
Andre the Giant: 3-7
Honky Tonk Man: 2-7
Don Muraco: 1-7
Koko B. Ware: 1-7
Crash Holly: 7-8
Mr. Perfect: 6-8
Perry Saturn: 5-8
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper: 4-8
Lance Storm: 3-8
Bart Gunn: 8-9
Marc Mero: 8-9
Mark Henry: 7-9
Shane McMahon: 7-9
Psycho Sid: 6-9
Rick Martel: 5-9
Kama/Godfather/Goodfather: 9-10
Ric Flair: 8-10
Molly Holly/Mighty Molly: 5-10
Mike Rotunda/I.R.S: 5-10
Jake "The Snake" Roberts: 9-11-1
Jacques Rougeau/The Mountie: 8-11-1
Bam Bam Bigelow: 7-11
Jerry "The King" Lawler: 5-11
Tajiri: 5-11
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine/Blue Knight: 5-11
Jacqueline: 1-11
Mabel/Viscera: 7-12
Tito Santana: 7-12
Marty Jannety: 6-12
Henry Godwinn/Mark Canterbury: 5-12
Lita: 4-12
"Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase: 9-13
Yokozuna: 9-13
Diesel/Kevin Nash: 8-13-1
Rey Mysterio: 5-13
Hercules: 4-13
D-Lo Brown: 9-14
Vader: 7-14
Prince Albert/Albert/A-Train: 4-14
Trish Stratus: 14-15
Phineas Godwinn/Dennis Knight/Mideon: 5-15
Crush/Brian Adams: 4-15
Fatu/Sultan/Rikishi: 14-16
Al Snow/Leif Cassidy: 8-17
Test: 7-18
Jeff Jarrett: 10-19
Bob Holly/Hardcore Holly: 9-19
Booker T: 11-21
Faarooq/Ron Simmons: 15-23
Jeff Hardy: 14-23
Chris Benoit: 23-24
Matt Hardy: 13-24
Mankind/Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mick Foley: 17-26-1
Dustin Rhodes/Goldust/Dustin Runnels: 13-26
X-Pac/1-2-3 Kid: 22-28
Big Show: 18-28
Bubba Ray Dudley: 21-29
D-Von Dudley: 19-29
Shawn Michaels: 28-30-3
Christian/Conquistador: 25-30
Chris Jericho: 30-32
Kane/Isaac Yankem/Fake Diesel: 31-35-1
Joey Abs: 0-1
General Adnan: 0-1
Aguila: 0-1
Captain Lou Albano: 0-1
Chapparita Asari: 0-1
Mike Awesome: 0-1
BB: 0-1
Bastion Booger: 0-1
Battalion: 0-1
Berzerker: 0-1
Blackjack Mulligan: 0-1
Blue Meanie: 0-1
Carlito Caribbean Cool: 0-1
Carmella (Diva Search): 0-1
Scott Casey: 0-1
Donna Christianello: 0-1
Conquistador Dos: 0-1
Conquistador Uno: 0-1
James Cornette: 0-1
Duke "The Dumpster" Droese: 0-1
Paul Ellering: 0-1
Jerry Estrada: 0-1
Jimmy Jack Funk: 0-1
Mr. Fuji: 0-1
Tony Garea: 0-1
Pete Gas: 0-1
Jeff Gaylord/Black Knight: 0-1
The Genius: 0-1
Executioner/Terry Gordy: 0-1
Fuerza Guerrera: 0-1
Sakie Hasegawa: 0-1
Michael Hayes: 0-1
Heavy Metal: 0-1
Kyoko Inoue: 0-1
Jesus: 0-1
Nathan Jones: 0-1
SD Jones: 0-1
Buddy Landell: 0-1
Little Tokyo: 0-1
Teddy Long: 0-1
Lord Littlebrooke: 0-1
Dawn Marie (non ECW): 0-1
Waylon Mercy: 0-1
Pedro Morales: 0-1
Matt Morgan: 0-1
Bull Nakano: 0-1
Nidia: 0-1
Pantera: 0-1
Nick Patrick: 0-1
Pink: 0-1
Ivan Putski: 0-1
Scott Putski: 0-1
Essa Rios: 0-1
Rodney: 0-1
The Executioner/Buddy Rose: 0-1
Jim Ross: 0-1
David Sammartino: 0-1
Dan Severn: 0-1
Shaniqua: 0-1
"Iron" Mike Sharpe: 0-1
Spanky/Brian Kendrick: 0-1
George "The Animal" Steele: 0-1
Ultimo Dragon: 0-1
Uncle Elmer: 0-1
George Wells: 0-1
Wink: 0-1
Akio: 0-2
"Outlaw" Ron Bass: 0-2
Dink: 0-2
El Torito: 0-2
Fake Razor Ramon: 0-2
Giant Gonzales: 0-2
Robert Gibson: 0-2
Duane Gill/Gillberg: 0-2
Kamala: 0-2
Kato: 0-2
Gail Kim: 0-2
K-Kwik: 0-2
Shannon Moore: 0-2
Ricky Morton: 0-2
Nunzio: 0-2
"Cowboy" Bob Orton: 0-2
Tarantula: 0-2
Zeus: 0-2
Eric Bischoff: 0-3
Garrison Cade: 0-3
Heidenreich: 0-3
Paul London: 0-3
Judy Martin: 0-3
Ken Patera: 0-3
Skinner: 0-3
Mark Jindrak: 0-4
Leilani Kai: 0-4
Adam Bomb/Bryan Clark: 0-5
Stacy Keibler: 0-5
Boris Zhukov: 0-5
"Superfly" Jimmy Snuka: 0-6
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PPV: Wrestlemania 21
Date: 4/3/05
Location: Staples Center (LA)


Rey Mysterio vs Eddie Guererro
Nothing like a friendly contest between tag champs, right? Eddie catches him with a deep arm drag to ground him. Eddie launches Rey over the top to the floor with a slingshot. Rey lands on his feet after a suplex attempt and monkey flips Eddie into the ropes. Eddie drills Rey with a right hand, sending him to the floor. Eddie follows with a plancha. Eddie goes to a surfboard, but Rey fights out, so Eddie hits belly to back suplex. Eddie locks in a STF. Rey hits an arm drag and Eddie heads to the floor. Rey hits a baseball slide. Rey then hits a corkscrew plancha over the top to the floor. Eddie gets caught with a top rope seated plancha, but Rey canít follow up. Eddie goes for the Three Amigos, but Rey escapes on the second and gets a roll-up. Eddie hits a backbreaker. The Three Amigos are attempted again, but Rey counters on the third and head scissors Eddie into position for the 619. Eddie moves and hits Rey with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Eddie gets the Three Amigos and looks to be playing a little heelish right now. Eddie goes to the top but misses the Frogsplash. Rey goes for a roll-up but Eddie shifts his weight to get a near fall. Eddie gets caught though and Rey hits the 619. He goes for the West Coast Pop, but Eddie counters into a powerbomb. Rey hits a back elbow. Rey charges and Eddie goes for another tilt-a-whirl backbreaker, but Rey counters to a hurancarana and gets the pin. Eddie looks like he is about to lose it but clams down and shakes Rey's hand. Awesome start to the PPV here. These two put on a heck of a match. If you want to see them put on an even better match, check out what they did at Halloween Havoc when they were in WCW. I think it was 1996 or 1997. Crowd was really into the match as well.

To the back where JBL and his cabinet run into Triple H and Ric Flair. Each one doubts that the other will walk out with the title tonight.

Chris Jericho vs Edge vs Chris Benoit vs Christian w/Tyson Tomko vs Shelton Benjamin vs Kane in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match
The first ever Money in the Bank match. Climb the ladder and grab the briefcase and you get to cash in a title shot within the year. Wish they would have added some SD guys in this to mix it up a little. Everyone gos after Kane to start. Benoit and Shelton hit a double suplex on the floor to Kane. Christian goes for the ladder, but Jericho catapults it into his face. Shelton and Jericho go at it. Jericho gets a bulldog on Benjamin and then slingshots over the top onto Edge. Christian hits a springboard crossbody off the middle ropes. Benjamin hits a hilo, sailing over the top rope.Kane then comes off the top onto everyone. Kane gets the ladder and starts taking people out. Jericho comes off the top with a dropkick to Kane. Jericho takes Edge and Benjamin out with the ladder. Benoit comes from behind and hits Jericho with a German as the ladder flies out. Benoit gets the ladder and climbs, but Kane stops him and tries for a Chokeslam, but Benoit counters to the Crossface. Edge tries to intervene and he gets the Crossface Kane takes the ladder hits Benoit in the head. Benoit gets his arm trapped between the ladder and Kane crushes the arm with a chair. Edge and Christian sandwich Kane between two ladders, but Benjamin takes both of them out with a springboard clothesline. Benjamin gets whipped into a ladder in the corner, and Edge looks for the Spear. Instead he gets flapjacked into the ladder by Benjamin. He then hits a splash against the ladder on Edge. Benjamin begins to climb, but Jericho fights with him on top. Christian sets up his own ladder and he starts to climb. Edge and Benoit get on another ladder and now we have five guys fighting on top of the ladders trying to get the briefcase. Benoit and Christian come crashing down and Jericho crashes down right after. Benjamin brings Edge down with a T-Bone Suplex from the ladder. Now that was sick!!! Jericho comes to and he starts climbing, but Christian stops him as a ladder gets wedged between the standing ladder. Jericho starts to climb again, but Benjamin runs up the slanted ladder and knocks Jericho off with a clothesline. That Benjamin is an athlete! Benjamin starts to climb, but Kane tries to Chokeslam him. Benjamin gets caught in the ropes as Kane tried to Chokeslam him to the floor. Tomko deals with Kane and tries to give Christian an assist up the ladder, but Kane comes back, and he knocks him off the ladder. Christian flies onto Tomko. Jericho and Kane fight on the ladder, and it falls over sending Kane onto the top rope and sending Jericho to the floor. Benoit sets up the ladder in the corner. He comes off the ladder with the Headbutt to Kane. Benoit starts to climb, but meets Benoit on top of the ladder. Benoit hits some headbutts to send Kane flying off. Edge comes and drills Benoitís injured arm with a chair. Edge is all alone and he climbs the ladder and grabs the briefcase. Man was this awesome, really a nice changeup. Crazy spots all over the place. Benjamin is an absolute stud here.

Eugene then comes out to tell everyone about his favorite Mania moment. However, Muhammed Hassan and Daivari come out. Hassan beats up on Eugene and puts him in the Camel Clutch. Then the music hits and out comes Hulk Hogan. Daivari tries to hit him ith a chair to no avail. Hogan then poses in the ring. We then get a recap leading up to the Taker/Orton match.

Undertaker vs Randy Orton
Legend killer, meet the legend. Taker stalks Orton to start. Orton then slaps Taker.Taker drills him with a right as Orton is in the corner. Taker unloads on him in the corner. Taker sends him to the other corner and charges, but Orton flips over to get a roll up for two. Orton goes for the RKO, but Taker dumps him over the top rope. He sets Orton on the apron and hits a running legdrop. Taker then hits Old School. Taker goes for a running boot in the corner, but Orton moves and Taker gets caught up. Orton sends him to the floor and starts unloading with punches. They brawl it out and Taker wins that battle. Orton hits a clothesline and goes for a backdrop, but it gets countered to a DDT. Orton gets sent into the corner and Taker then hits a sidewalk slam.Orton in the corner and Taker hits him with two splashes. Snake Eyes is next, but Orton rallies with a elbow. Orton pounds Taker down. Taker gets in a dragon sleeper to slow things down. Orton is able to get out and locks in a chinlock. Taker punches, but Orton goes to a sleeper. Taker counters to a suplex and both guys are out. Orton charges into a boot. Orton is able to hit a powerslam to get a nearfall. Orton mounts Taker in the corner but Taker goes for a Last Ride, that Orton is able to counter. Orton goes for the RKO, but Taker shoves him off and the ref ends up getting knocked down. Taker hits the Last Ride. Cowboy Bob Orton comes down to hit Taker with his cast. Orton makes the cover but that only gets two. Papa Orton eats a boot and Taker grabs Orton by the throat, only for Orton to counter into a RKO out of nowhere. That only gets a nearfall as Taker kicks out. Orton now tries to go for a Tombstone. Taker is able to reverse that to his own Tombstone to get the win. This was a bit sloppy in places. was also not a big fan of the middle where they shared rest holds. The ending was pretty decent though.

Trish Stratus (c) vs Christy Hemme w/Lita for the Women's Title
Hemme recently won the Diva Search. Lita has been training Christy fo the match, remember that Lita messed her knee up against Trish a few months ago and is unable to get back in the ring. Trish lays down to start the match, taking this very seriously. Of course, she is just playing games with Christy before getting after her. Trish takes Christy to the floor and sends her into the steps. Trish chops away. Christy grabs a leg and hits a kick below the belt. Trish recovers and goes back to dominating the match. She kicks Christy out of the ring, and shoves Lita out of the way. Back in, Christy gets a roll up for a near win. Christy gets to work with a kick, I guess Lita just taught her how to kick people I guess. Trish gets bounced off the turnbuckle and Christy hits a sort of reverse Twist of Fate for a nearfall, ok, so maybe Lita did not just teach her how to kick people. Christy gets another two count off a roll-up. Trish is now pissed off and she gets things finished as she hits the Chick Kick to retain the title. Popcorn match here, Christy had no business being in the ring whatsoever. At least get her trained up for a few months and maybe learn a few things before throwing her out there.

We get a recap leading up to the HBK/Angle match. HBK eliminated Angle from the Rumble to start the wheels for this. In the weeks since, Angle had complained that when he won a gold medal in the Olympics, all anyone wanted to talk about was HBK winning the title. Angle wanted to prove that he could do anything HBK did so: he sang Sexy Boy with Sherri, beat up a dude in a ladder match and had a match with Marty Jannetty. Angle put Sherri in the Angle Lock after singing with her by the way, I found it to be quite funny.

Shawn Michaels vs Kurt Angle
HBK starts things off with a slap. Angle starts getting some mat work in as HBK gets to the ropes. HBK gets a headlock. Angle breaks it, but he gets taken down with another headlock. Angle is able to back HBK into the corner. Angle gets put in a side headlock. Angle escapes and hits a shoulder block. HBK gets a hiptoss and gets in a short arm scissors. Angle is able to roll HBK over into a pin, but HBK is able to defend it. Angle lifts HBK off the mat. HBK counters into a victory roll for two. HBK goes back to the headlock, but Angle breaks in the corner. They trade punches in the corner. Angle wins that battle and gets the Angle Lock in. HBK kicks off and sends Angle to the floor. Angle tries a suplex onto the table, but HBK lands on his feet and starts chopping. Angle ducks one and hits an Angle Slam into the post. Back in and Angle hits some suplexes and a body scissor. HBK is able to push Angle into the corner. Angle whips HBK into the corne,r hard. As HBK rebounds back, Angle tosses him with an overhead belly to belly suplex. They exchange punches and HBK gets a slap in. Angle follows with a clothesline. They fight on top and Angle goes for a superplex, but HBK is able to push off. He goes for the flying elbow, but Angle moves. A backdrop sends Angle to the floor. HBK comes flying off the top with a crossbody to the floor. They fight to the apron and Angle tries to hit a German from there through the announce table. HBK is able to elbow out and a low blow sends Angle to the floor. Angle ends up on the announce table and HBK hits a springboard splash onto him, but the table does not break. Back in, HBK hits some chops and hits a flying forearm. HBK slams Angle and hits the flying elbow. HBK goes for Sweet Chiun Music, but Angle catches the foot and gets the Angle Lock in. HBK is flailing all over the place trying not to tap. He is finally able to get to the ropes. Angle looks for the Angle Slam, but HBK reverses to a roll-up. Anglet rolls through that to get the Angle Lock again. HBK counters that with another roll-up and looks for Sweet Chin Music. Angle catches the leg again and hits the Angle Slam for a nearfall. Angle heads to the top and misses the moonsault. HBK heads to the top and he is taking all the time in the world. Angle pops up and gives HBK a super Angle Slam that nearly gets the win, wow!!!!! Angle starts talking crap to HBK. HBK pushes him and then hits Sweet Chin Music. It only gets a nearfall as HBK is slow to make the cover. Angle gets the Angle Lock again out of nowhere. HBK keeps trying to roll through, but Angle wonít let go. HBK dives for the ropes, but Kurt drops down to sink in the hold. HBK holds on for dear life but it is too much to withstand and he finally taps out. This is one of the best matches I have seen right here. Everything about this was awesome. The fans give HBK a standing ovation as he leaves the ring. Must see match right here.

We are then blessed with Piper's Pit. Piper was inducted to the HOF the night before. Piper wants to know who the biggest rebel is and the crowd replies with Austin. Piper doesn't believe it so he calls Austin out. Piper slaps Austin in the face. Austin returns the favor. Piper said he was pissing off McMahon way before Austin was a thought. Then Carlito makes his way to the ring to put a damper on things. Carlito says that everyone wants to see him. Piper invites Carlito to come in the ring to fight. Carlito goes to spit his apple but Piper takes the apple and spits it on Carlito. Carlito attacks Piper as Austin just watches it go down. Austin finally gets involved and stomps Carlito down. Piper pokes the eyes and Austin hits the Stunner. Piper and Austin share beers, that is until Piper eats a Stunner too. Pretty fun segment here. Nice little filler to the show.

Big Show vs Akebono in a Sumo Match
Not a lot going on here. Lots of stalling. Neither can seem to gain an advantage as they collide into each other. Show looks to have control as he gains leaverage and uses Akebono's sumo belt ot lift him, but that cause Show to lose balance and he ends up getting shoved out. Crowd didn't seem to be too into this. Good concept though on part of the WWE.

We get a recap leading to Cena/JBL.

John Bradshaw Layfield (c) vs John Cena for the WWE Title
JBL gets dropped with a shoulder, but catches Cena with his own shoulder block. Cena sets too early on a backdrop attempt and catches a forearm to his back. JBL continues to brawl as he wears Cena down. Cena starts to fight back, but JBL hits a spinebuster. JBL hits a neckbreaker for a nearfall. He boots Cena and hits a short arm clothesline. JBL works in a sleeper. Cena is able to break the hold with a belly to back suplex. They clothesline each other. JBL sends Cena to the floor by pulling on his shorts. Out on the floor, JBL hits a neckbreaker. Cena gets placed on the top rope and JBL hits a superplex. JBL heads up top, but gets caught in a powerslam as he comes off. Cena hits a backdrop and a hiptoss. Cena nails the Five Knuckle Shuffle. Cena looks to take care of business but walks right into a boot. JBL goes for the Clothesline from Hell, but Cena ducks and gets the FU for the pin as we crown a new champ. Cena looks shocked that he has become the new champ. The match itself was not good at all. Very slow and a little sloppy at times. This was basically Cena taking a beating for all but a minute, where he rallies back and gets the FU to win. Very poor match here.

We then get introduced to the HOF class for this year after a recap video of the ceremony.

Triple H w/Ric Flair vs Batista for the World Heavyweight Title
Batista pushes HHH back out of the corner. HHH gets Batista into a side headlock. Batista breaks puts HHH down with a shoulderblock. HHH gets his own shoulderblock and looks for the Pedigree, but Batista avoids. He hits HHH with a powerslam. They brawl in the corner and HHH gets launched with a backdrop. HHH hits a high knee that sends Batista to the floor. Flair starts to stalk Batista, but Batista catches him. HHH comes up from behind and sends Batista into the steps. HHH heads up to the middle rope and catches Batista with a forearm. HHH getsafter the ref and that gives Flair a chance to choke Batista. HHH sends Batista into the barrier. HHH now works over the back. A suplex gets a nearfall for HHH. HHH hits a backbreaker. Flair comes by to choke Batista again. Batista fights back, but HHH hits a spinebuster. HHH then tries to go for numerous pins that Batista kicks out of, pissing HHH off. HHH goes to the top but flies into a clothesline. A sidewalk slam gets two for Batista. He charges in the corner but HHH gets the boot up. HHH tries for an Irish Whip, but Batista blocks and tosses HHH to the floor. Therem Batista gets sent into the steps. HHH goes for a pedigree, but Batista counters into a catapult. That sends HHH into the post and he is busted open. Batista goes to work with forearms and rights at the wound back in the ring. HHH is drilled with a boot. HHH proceeds to get beat up all over the place. A corner clothesline gets a nearfall for Batista and HHH then bails to the floor to catch his breath. Flair tries to get involved and he gets punched. HHH tries to use a chair, but the ref stops that. HHH is trying to plead with Batista in the ring and Flair looks to use the title, but he runs into a spinebuster. The ref rolls Flair out of the ring and that gives HHH a chance to use the title. HHH drills Batista with the title but only gets a nearfall. HHH is flustered and he ends up being hit with a spinebuster. HHH counters a Batista Bomb with a low blows. HHH goes for the Pedigree, but Batista counters to a wheelbarrow slam. Batista gets hyped up and hits the Batista Bomb to become the new champ. This was a bit slow to start, luckily it got better for the second part of this.

Grade: C
Two not so great title matches kind of takes this down a notch. Could have also done without the women's match. Had the two big title matches come through, this would have been a really good Mania. Despite that, it was still a decent one to watch. Great showing by Angle/HBK and that Money in the Bank match is a classic.


Running Tally of Wrestler W/L Record (I know, silly, but, whatever, just for fun, excluding battle royals and royal rumbles):
Rick Steiner: 5-0
"Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich: 5-0
Fabulous Moolah: 4-0
Max Mini: 3-0
Mo: 3-0
Tiger Ali Singh: 3-0
Nicole Bass: 2-0
Butterbean: 2-0
Bertha Faye: 2-0
Hillbilly Jim: 2-0
Mordecai: 2-0
Mr. T: 2-0
Nova: 2-0
Rockin' Robin: 2-0
Noriyo Tateno: 2-0
Itsuki Yamazaki: 2-0
Perro Aguayo: 1-0
Akebono: 1-0
Ted Arcidi: 1-0
Lioness Asuka: 1-0
Cheesy: 1-0
El Canek: 1-0
Hector Garza: 1-0
The Great Sasuke: 1-0
Haiti Kid: 1-0
Bruce Hart: 1-0
Keith Hart: 1-0
Muhammed Hassan: 1-0
Earl Hebner: 1-0
Christy Hemme: 0-1
Paul Heyman: 1-0
Sam Houston: 1-0
Jackyl: 1-0
Koji Kitao: 1-0
Aja Kong: 1-0
Little Beaver: 1-0
Jose Lothario: 1-0
Hugh Morrus: 1-0
Queasy: 1-0
Rad Radford: 1-0
Wendi Richter: 1-0
Giant Silva: 1-0
Dick Slater: 1-0
Sleezy: 1-0
Sniper: 1-0
Johnny Stamboli: 1-0
Lawrence Taylor: 1-0
Genichiro Tenryu: 1-0
Tomoko Watanabe: 1-0
Mae Young: 1-0
Tom Zenk: 1-0
Tugboat/Typhoon: 6-1
"Jumpin" Jim Brunzell: 3-1
Doug Furnas: 3-1
Phil LaFon: 3-1
B. Brian Blair: 2-1
Tully Blanchard: 2-1
Jesus Castillo: 2-1
Jimmy Del Rey: 2-1
Jose Estrada Jr: 2-1
Miss Kitty/The Kat: 2-1
Kurrgan/Interrogator: 2-1
Brian Pillman: 2-1
Jim Powers: 2-1
"The Natural" Butch Reed: 2-1
Kenzo Suzuki: 2-1
Tama: 2-1
Ultimate Warrior: 15-2
Sable: 9-2
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat: 8-2
Torrie Wilson: 7-2
Goldberg: 5-2
Stevie Richards: 5-2
Eugene: 3-2
Terry Funk/Chainsaw Charlie: 3-2
Brian Knobs: 3-2
Harley Race: 3-2
Rico: 3-2
Joey Sags: 3-2
Thrasher: 9-3
Tatanka: 7-3-1
Jamie Noble: 6-3
"Ravishing" Rick Rude: 6-3-1
Junkyard Dog: 5-3
Tom Pritchard/Zip: 5-3
Dynamite Kid: 5-3-1
King Kong Bundy: 4-3
Earthquake/Golga: 10-4
Mosh/Chaz: 9-4
Scott Steiner: 9-4
Tazz: 7-4
Demolition Ax: 6-4
Jazz: 5-4
John Cena: 12-5
Shelton Benjamin: 9-5
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan: 9-5
Ahmed Johnson: 8-5
Brian Christopher/Grandmaster Sexay: 7-5
Bull Buchanan/Recon: 6-5
Charlie Haas: 6-5
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart: 11-6
Scott Taylor/Scotty 2 Hotty: 10-6
Randy Orton: 9-6
Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake: 7-6
Ivory: 7-6
"Macho Man" Randy Savage: 18-7
Spike Dudley: 10-7
Brock Lesnar: 14-8-1
Hawk: 12-8-1
Val Venis: 13-9
Animal: 12-9-1
Savio Vega: 11-9
Hulk Hogan/Mr. America: 21-11
Ken Shamrock: 15-12
Razor Ramon/Scott Hall: 15-13
Roadie/Jesse James/Road Dogg: 22-18-1
Eddie Guererro: 31-19
Bret "Hitman" Hart: 34-20-1
British Bulldog: 24-20-2
Blue Blazer/Owen Hart: 28-22
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: 33-27
Kurt Angle: 34-29
Edge/Conquistador: 31-29
The Rock: 35-30-2
Undertaker: 66-35-2
Triple H: 49-40-2
Ludwig Borga: 1-1
Corporal Kirchner: 1-1
Debra: 1-1
Dory Funk Jr: 1-1
Zach Gowan: 1-1
Billy Jack Haynes: 1-1
Jamal: 1-1
Kanyon: 1-1
Rodney Mack: 1-1
Velvet McIntyre: 1-1
Moondog Spot: 1-1
Mosaic: 1-1
Nailz: 1-1
Chris Nowinski: 1-1
Sean O'Haire: 1-1
Sapphire: 1-1
Big John Studd: 1-1
Arn Anderson: 2-2
Alundra Blayze: 2-2
Jonathan Coachman: 2-2
Bobby Heenan: 2-2
Diamond Dallas Page: 2-2
Miguel Perez: 2-2
Red Rooster: 2-2
Rosey: 2-2
Danny Basham: 3-3
Doug Basham: 3-3
Dusty Rhodes: 3-3
Skip: 3-3
Bushwhacker Butch: 4-4
Bushwhacker Luke: 4-4
Taka Michinoku: 4-4
Paul Roma: 4-4
Virgil: 4-4
Lex Luger: 4-4-1
Batista: 5-5
Sylvain Grenier: 5-5
Victoria: 5-5
The Warlord: 5-5
Demolition Smash/Repo Man: 7-7
Steve Blackman: 8-8
Chyna: 9-9
Stephen Regal/William Regal: 12-12
Big Boss Man: 15-15
Trish Stratus: 15-15
Rob Van Dam: 16-16
Billy Gunn/Rockabilly/Billy: 27-27-1
Bob Backlund: 1-2
Justin Credible: 1-2
"Dangerous" Danny Davis: 1-2
Dean Douglas: 1-2
"Rugged" Ronnie Garvin: 1-2
Hakushi: 1-2
Barry Horowitz/Red Knight: 1-2
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley: 1-2
Miss Jackie: 1-2
The Patriot: 1-2
Terri Runnels: 1-2
Sato: 1-2
Sensational Sherri: 1-2
Gene Snitsky: 1-2
Shawn Stasiak: 1-2
Teiho: 1-2
Togo: 1-2
Tyson Tomko: 1-2
Beau Beverly: 2-3
Blake Beverly: 2-3
Chainz/DiBiase's Undertaker: 2-3
The Iron Sheik/Col. Mustafa: 2-3
Pierre: 1-3
Barry Windham/The Stalker: 1-3
Funaki: 3-4
One Man Gang/Akeem: 3-4
Chuck Palumbo/Chuck: 3-4
Sgt. Slaughter: 3-4
Maven: 2-4
Tori: 2-4
Adrian Adonis: 1-4
Matt Borne/Doink: 1-4
Darren Drozdov/Droz: 1-4
Luther Reigns: 1-4
Tanaka: 1-4
The Barbarian/Sione: 4-5
Ray Rougeau: 4-5-1
Gangrel: 3-5
Scorpio/Flash Funk: 3-5
Samu: 2-5
Luna Vachon: 2-5
Bad News Brown: 1-5
Dawn Marie (ECW): 1-5
Paul Orndorff: 1-5
Raven: 1-5
Chavo Guerrero Jr: 5-6
Dino Bravo: 4-6
Dean Malenko: 4-6
Vince McMahon: 4-6
Nikolai Volkoff: 4-6
Eli Blu/8 Ball: 3-6
Jacob Blu/Skull: 3-6
Rob Conway: 2-6
Hurricane Helms/The Hurricane: 2-6
Rhyno: 5-7
Rene Dupree: 4-7
Haku: 4-7
Billy Kidman: 4-7
Andre the Giant: 3-7
Honky Tonk Man: 2-7
Don Muraco: 1-7
Koko B. Ware: 1-7
Crash Holly: 7-8
Mr. Perfect: 6-8
Perry Saturn: 5-8
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper: 4-8
Lance Storm: 3-8
Bart Gunn: 8-9
Marc Mero: 8-9
Mark Henry: 7-9
Shane McMahon: 7-9
Psycho Sid: 6-9
Rick Martel: 5-9
Kama/Godfather/Goodfather: 9-10
Ric Flair: 8-10
Molly Holly/Mighty Molly: 5-10
Mike Rotunda/I.R.S: 5-10
Jake "The Snake" Roberts: 9-11-1
Jacques Rougeau/The Mountie: 8-11-1
Bam Bam Bigelow: 7-11
Jerry "The King" Lawler: 5-11
Tajiri: 5-11
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine/Blue Knight: 5-11
Jacqueline: 1-11
Mabel/Viscera: 7-12
Tito Santana: 7-12
Marty Jannety: 6-12
Henry Godwinn/Mark Canterbury: 5-12
Lita: 4-12
"Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase: 9-13
Yokozuna: 9-13
Diesel/Kevin Nash: 8-13-1
Rey Mysterio: 6-13
Hercules: 4-13
D-Lo Brown: 9-14
Vader: 7-14
Prince Albert/Albert/A-Train: 4-14
Phineas Godwinn/Dennis Knight/Mideon: 5-15
Crush/Brian Adams: 4-15
Fatu/Sultan/Rikishi: 14-16
Al Snow/Leif Cassidy: 8-17
Test: 7-18
Jeff Jarrett: 10-19
Bob Holly/Hardcore Holly: 9-19
Booker T: 11-21
Bradshaw/John Bradshaw Layfield: 22-23
Faarooq/Ron Simmons: 15-23
Jeff Hardy: 14-23
Matt Hardy: 13-24
Chris Benoit: 23-25
Mankind/Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mick Foley: 17-26-1
Dustin Rhodes/Goldust/Dustin Runnels: 13-26
X-Pac/1-2-3 Kid: 22-28
Bubba Ray Dudley: 21-29
D-Von Dudley: 19-29
Big Show: 18-29
Shawn Michaels: 28-31-3
Christian/Conquistador: 25-31
Chris Jericho: 30-33
Kane/Isaac Yankem/Fake Diesel: 31-36-1
Joey Abs: 0-1
General Adnan: 0-1
Aguila: 0-1
Captain Lou Albano: 0-1
Chapparita Asari: 0-1
Mike Awesome: 0-1
BB: 0-1
Bastion Booger: 0-1
Battalion: 0-1
Berzerker: 0-1
Blackjack Mulligan: 0-1
Blue Meanie: 0-1
Carlito Caribbean Cool: 0-1
Carmella (Diva Search): 0-1
Scott Casey: 0-1
Donna Christianello: 0-1
Conquistador Dos: 0-1
Conquistador Uno: 0-1
James Cornette: 0-1
Duke "The Dumpster" Droese: 0-1
Paul Ellering: 0-1
Jerry Estrada: 0-1
Jimmy Jack Funk: 0-1
Mr. Fuji: 0-1
Tony Garea: 0-1
Pete Gas: 0-1
Jeff Gaylord/Black Knight: 0-1
The Genius: 0-1
Executioner/Terry Gordy: 0-1
Fuerza Guerrera: 0-1
Sakie Hasegawa: 0-1
Michael Hayes: 0-1
Heavy Metal: 0-1
Christy Hemme: 0-1
Kyoko Inoue: 0-1
Jesus: 0-1
Nathan Jones: 0-1
SD Jones: 0-1
Buddy Landell: 0-1
Little Tokyo: 0-1
Teddy Long: 0-1
Lord Littlebrooke: 0-1
Dawn Marie (non ECW): 0-1
Waylon Mercy: 0-1
Pedro Morales: 0-1
Matt Morgan: 0-1
Bull Nakano: 0-1
Nidia: 0-1
Pantera: 0-1
Nick Patrick: 0-1
Pink: 0-1
Ivan Putski: 0-1
Scott Putski: 0-1
Essa Rios: 0-1
Rodney: 0-1
The Executioner/Buddy Rose: 0-1
Jim Ross: 0-1
David Sammartino: 0-1
Dan Severn: 0-1
Shaniqua: 0-1
"Iron" Mike Sharpe: 0-1
Spanky/Brian Kendrick: 0-1
George "The Animal" Steele: 0-1
Ultimo Dragon: 0-1
Uncle Elmer: 0-1
George Wells: 0-1
Wink: 0-1
Akio: 0-2
"Outlaw" Ron Bass: 0-2
Dink: 0-2
El Torito: 0-2
Fake Razor Ramon: 0-2
Giant Gonzales: 0-2
Robert Gibson: 0-2
Duane Gill/Gillberg: 0-2
Kamala: 0-2
Kato: 0-2
Gail Kim: 0-2
K-Kwik: 0-2
Shannon Moore: 0-2
Ricky Morton: 0-2
Nunzio: 0-2
"Cowboy" Bob Orton: 0-2
Tarantula: 0-2
Zeus: 0-2
Eric Bischoff: 0-3
Garrison Cade: 0-3
Heidenreich: 0-3
Paul London: 0-3
Judy Martin: 0-3
Ken Patera: 0-3
Skinner: 0-3
Mark Jindrak: 0-4
Leilani Kai: 0-4
Adam Bomb/Bryan Clark: 0-5
Stacy Keibler: 0-5
Boris Zhukov: 0-5
"Superfly" Jimmy Snuka: 0-6
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PPV: 2005 Backlash
Date: 5/1/05
Location: Verizon Wireless Arena (Manchester, NH)


Raw brand PPV here, they are down in the head to head with SD, 5-3.

Shelton Benjamin (c) vs Chris Jericho for the Intercontinental Title
Jericho goes to a wristlock that Benjamin springboards out of. Jericho slaps him, leading to a little brawl between the two. Benjamin tries to powerbomb him off the apron, but Jericho hits a hurancarana. Jericho hits the bulldog. Benjamin shoves Jericho to the apron, but Jericho fights back and heads to the top. Benjamin leaps up to the top and superplexes Jericho for a nearfall, what a move right there. They clothesline each other and are slow to get to their feet. Jericho avoids a splash in the corner. He drop toeholds Benjamin. Jericho charges, but Benjamin catches him and hits a Samoan Drop for a nearfall. Jericho fights back with an enzuigiri for a nearfall. He tosses Benjamin over the top, but Benjamin springboards back in with a bulldog that gets two. Jericho gets a roll up for the nearfall. He isn't able to turn Benjamin over for the Walls, so he tries a slingshot. Benjamin lands on the ropes and jumps off. Benjamin grabs him and hits the T-Bone Suplex, but Jericho is able to get the foot on the ropes. Jericho ducks the Leg Whip and gets the Walls in. Benjamin is able to get to the ropes. Benjamin misses a dropkick and Jericho goes for the Lionsault. Benjamin gets the knees up, but Jericho grabs Benjamin’s legs and goes for the Walls. Benjamin rolls him up, and they counter roll each other until Benjamin finishes with a jackknife roll up to grab the win. Real fun match to watch, I gotta say that I have yet to watch a bad Shelton Benjamin match. Afterwards, Todd Grisham tries to get a word with Jericho as he exits the ring, but Jericho just walks by him in disgust.

To the back where Edge, Mr. Money in the Bank himself, tells us that he will be the last one standing later tonight.

William Regal/Tajiri (c) vs The Heart Throbs vs Maven/Simon Dean vs Hurricane/Rosey vs La Resistance in Tag Team Turmoil for the World Tag Team Titles
Gauntlet style match where one team faces another until only one is left standing. The champs start out with The Heart Throbs, so the champs are gonna have to go through everyone to retain. I totally forgot about The Heart Throbs, a ladies men type of team consisting of Romeo and Antonio. Regal and Romeo start out with some back and forth action, Romeo is a bit sloppy in there. Tajiri comes in with some kicks to Antonio. He puts Antonio in a butterfly lock, nearly getting himself pinned in the process. Antonio charges, but Tajiri rolls him up to eliminate them. Maven and Dean are next. Dean goes after Tajiri to prevent him from tagging out. Maven and Dean hit a double suplex and proceed to do some push ups. Simon Dean, in case you are unaware, was a fitness guru who had this Simon System to keep people in shape. Tajiri keeps taking a beating but is able to hit a spinning kick and gets Regal in. Regal hits a T-Bone suplex and drills Dean with a knee to eliminate them. Next up is La Resistance. They run down as Regal checks on Tajiri on the outside and start pummeling the champs. Tajiri gets cut off from Regal again. Tajiri hits Grenier with a spin kick and gets Regal in. Regal is now cut of from his corner. Regal fights back. He puts Conway in the Regal Stretch. Tajiri and Grenier fight it out and chaos ensuses. Through all of this, Conway rolls up Regal and grabs the tights to eliminate the champs. Last in are Hurricane and Rosey, are resident superheroes. Hurricane hits a flying crossbody and a blockbuster. Conway throws Hurricane to the floor. The heels now isolate Hurricane, making sure the bigger Rosey stays on the outside. Grenier hits a backdrop. Hurricane avoids an elbow and gets the tag to Rosey. Rosey overpowers the heels, but they end up doubling him to slow the big man down. Rosey is able to lay Conway out. Rosey gets in the corner and Hurricane gets on his shoulders and hits a splash. This is enough to get the win and we have new champs. Quick eliminations here and nothing all that noteworthy. Eugene was Regal's partner and injured so he needed to find a replacement for him, that is why Tajiri is involved here.

We get a recap leading up to the Edge/Benoit match. Edge prevented Benoit to win Money in the Bank and they have been at each other since.

Edge vs Chris Benoit in a Last Man Standing Match
Benoit goes to work early and destroys Edge to start things off. Edge reverses a corner whip, and Benoit hits the opposite corner hard. Benoit avoids the Spear, hitting a drop toehold. Edge goes outside to catch a breather, but Benoit hits a baseball slide. They brawl in the crowd. Back in, Benoit gets the Sharpshooter as Edge taps, but that does not matter here. Benoit follows that with the rolling Germans. Edge goes to the floor where the ref gets a count of 8 before Edge gets to his feet. Benoit knocks him off the apron and goes for a tope, but Edge hits him with a trashcan lid. Edge gives him another shot with the lid. Benoit makes his feet at a count of 7. Back in, Edge superplexes Benoit through a trash can. Both are down before getting up at 8. Here comes a ladder now. Edge goes up, but Benoit catches him and hits a German off the ladder. Benoit then goes for a Headbutt off the ladder, but Edge gets out of the way. Edge gets the briefcase and swings, but Benoit takes him down into the Crossface. Edge slowly to his feet and counters the Germans to an impaler on the briefcase. Benoit gets up at nine and gets hit with a Spear. Benoit staggers to his feet at nine, but Edge hits another Spear. Benoit gets up at nine again. Edge opens his briefcase and pulls out a brick. He drills Benoit over the head with it. Benoit is unable to get up and Edge is finally able to get the win. Pretty good stuff here. Crowd seemed to not be too into it, not sure if they were expecting more, but I thought the match was good for what it was.

We go to the back where Lita is watching the action. Kane comes and they talk about destroying Trish Stratus. Lita then describes how Trish and Viscera would make love and that disturbs Kane. We then go back to the ring where the Divas are showing off their favorite pictures in their swimsuit magazine. Chris Masters ends up interupting this. He is out and offering 3 grand for anyone that can survive the Masterlock Challenge. He picks some manly looking female, who fails to break out of the Masterlock. We then go to Viscera who is getting ready for his match, Trish is there too. Trish seems to be creeped out with him.

Kane w/Lita vs Viscera w/Trish Stratus
Kane dives off the top onto Viscera on the outside. Back in, Viscera comes back with a kick. Kane makes a comeback and he goes after Trish. Viscera hits a Samoan Drop for two. A bossman slam gets another nearfall. Viscera clotheslines Kane over the top. Lita tries to get involved, but Viscera pushes her out of the way. Viscera misses a charge and goes into the post. Trish tries to hit Kane with a chair, but Lita stops that from happening. Kane goes for a top rope clothesline, but Viscera catches him with a two-handed chokeslam. Lita gets in the ring for a distraction. Viscera tries to get after her but Kane grabs him and hits a Chokeslam to get the win. So going in this was not going to be great, but I was expecting a lot worse here. Kudos to not making it too bad I suppose. After, Trish talks down on Viscera for losing and calls him a chicken eating loser. I guess I would have went with a different choice of words, as that could be taken as racist. But, it is what it is. Viscera gets pissed and destroys her.

We get a recap leading up to the next match. Hassan and Daivari are upset because people do not treat them like Americans ever since 9/11. He is tired of the disrespect. The heels get after HBK for being cheered after losing to Angle at Mania. HBK then asks for Hogan to be his partner to face the two, getting on his knees and pleading for him for one more match. Hogan comes out to save HBK from a 2 on 1 beatdown from Hassan and Daivari to basically tell HBK that he will be his partner.

Muhammed Hassan/Khosrow Daivari vs Hulk Hogan/Shawn Michaels
Hogan shoves Hassan back into a corner. Hassan and Davairi try to doubleteam but that goes nowhere, we are talking about Hogan here. Hogan and HBK hit a double boot. Davairi and HBK trade chops. To the outside, Hogan crushes Daivari. HBK hits the flying elbow back inside. Hogan knocks Hassan off the apron, so the ref gets Hogan back to where he belongs. Hassan sneaks in and drills HBK with a pipe as that is happening. The heels now isolate HBK from Hogan. HBK gets a sleeper on Hassan, but Hassan is able to hit a backbreaker. HBK hits the electric chair out of the Camel Clutch and finally gets the tag. Hogan goes to work, but Hassan is able to drill him with the pipe, but only gets a nearfall. Here comes the hulking up. Hogan with the punches and a boot. He goes for the Legdrop on Daivari, but Hassan grabs his leg. HBK sneaks in and hits Daivari with Sweet Chin Music. Hogan falls on top to get the win. Pretty decent tag match here. Fun to watch and it was made to look like the heels would get one over with their cheating ways. Actually, I wouldn't have minded seeing the heels get a win here to be honest. Might as well get the fans to hate them even more, right? Hassan, to me, could have been a star, but they kind of messed up with him. He could have been the uber heel everyone wanted to hate. Daivari, well, I wasn't really a fan of his.

We then go to Triple H who seems pretty confident for his match later on. Back to the ring where Christian and Tyson Tomko come out. Christian is upset he is not on the card tonight. He also says this could be the last time he is seen on Raw with the upcoming draft. He does some rapping, taking shots at John Cena in the process. Pretty entertaining.

Main Event: Batista (c) vs Triple H w/Ric Flair for the World Heavyweight Title
Flair distracts and HHH goes for the quick Pedigree, but Batista is able to avoid it. Batista goes for a Batista Bomb, but HHH is able to get out of it. HHH goes for a Pedigree, but Batista backdrops him over the top. To the floor and Batista gets rammed into the barricade. Back in, HHH goes to work on the back. Flair rams Batista into the apron as the ref's back is turned. Batista fights his way back but runs into a spinebuster. Batista comes out of the corner with a clothesline to get things going his way. To the floor they go. Batista tosses HHH into the steps. Back in, Batista goes for the Batista Bomb. Flair gets in the ring, distracting the ref. This allows HHH to get a cheap shot in to avoid the Batista Bomb, but he only gets a nearfall out of it. Batista backdrops out of another Pedigree and goes for a clothesline. HHH avoids it and the ref gets drilled with the clothesline. HHH hits the Pedigree but there is no ref. A second one comes runnnig down as Batista hits a spinebuster that gets a nearfall. HHH comes back with a facebuster that picks up a nearfall. Batista counters another Pedigree and hits some corner clotheslines. HHH ends up kicking the second ref below the belt. He goes for a Pedigree, but Batista slingshots him. Batista goes for the Batista Bomb but HHH goes low on him. Batista backs into the corner and HHH mounts him to get some punches in. Here, Batista is able to catch HHH and hits the Batista Bomb as the original ref finally comes to and makes the count as Batista retains. Pretty similar to their Mania match. I would say this was a bit better than Mania though. After, HHH hits the ref with a Pedigree in anger.

Grade: C-
Best match on the card was the opener. Crowd was really into the Hogan match, that was going to happen going in and Edge/Benoit was not all that bad. Everything else was mediocre at best. The ME was better than their match at Mania, but not by a lot. Nothing was really all that bad, just bland overall.


Running Tally of Wrestler W/L Record (I know, silly, but, whatever, just for fun, excluding battle royals and royal rumbles):
Rick Steiner: 5-0
"Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich: 5-0
Fabulous Moolah: 4-0
Max Mini: 3-0
Mo: 3-0
Tiger Ali Singh: 3-0
Nicole Bass: 2-0
Butterbean: 2-0
Bertha Faye: 2-0
Hillbilly Jim: 2-0
Mordecai: 2-0
Mr. T: 2-0
Nova: 2-0
Rockin' Robin: 2-0
Noriyo Tateno: 2-0
Itsuki Yamazaki: 2-0
Perro Aguayo: 1-0
Akebono: 1-0
Ted Arcidi: 1-0
Lioness Asuka: 1-0
Cheesy: 1-0
El Canek: 1-0
Hector Garza: 1-0
The Great Sasuke: 1-0
Haiti Kid: 1-0
Bruce Hart: 1-0
Keith Hart: 1-0
Muhammed Hassan: 1-0
Earl Hebner: 1-0
Christy Hemme: 0-1
Paul Heyman: 1-0
Sam Houston: 1-0
Jackyl: 1-0
Koji Kitao: 1-0
Aja Kong: 1-0
Little Beaver: 1-0
Jose Lothario: 1-0
Hugh Morrus: 1-0
Queasy: 1-0
Rad Radford: 1-0
Wendi Richter: 1-0
Giant Silva: 1-0
Dick Slater: 1-0
Sleezy: 1-0
Sniper: 1-0
Johnny Stamboli: 1-0
Lawrence Taylor: 1-0
Genichiro Tenryu: 1-0
Tomoko Watanabe: 1-0
Mae Young: 1-0
Tom Zenk: 1-0
Tugboat/Typhoon: 6-1
"Jumpin" Jim Brunzell: 3-1
Doug Furnas: 3-1
Phil LaFon: 3-1
B. Brian Blair: 2-1
Tully Blanchard: 2-1
Jesus Castillo: 2-1
Jimmy Del Rey: 2-1
Jose Estrada Jr: 2-1
Miss Kitty/The Kat: 2-1
Kurrgan/Interrogator: 2-1
Brian Pillman: 2-1
Jim Powers: 2-1
"The Natural" Butch Reed: 2-1
Kenzo Suzuki: 2-1
Tama: 2-1
Ultimate Warrior: 15-2
Sable: 9-2
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat: 8-2
Torrie Wilson: 7-2
Goldberg: 5-2
Stevie Richards: 5-2
Eugene: 3-2
Terry Funk/Chainsaw Charlie: 3-2
Brian Knobs: 3-2
Harley Race: 3-2
Rico: 3-2
Rosey: 3-2
Joey Sags: 3-2
Thrasher: 9-3
Tatanka: 7-3-1
Jamie Noble: 6-3
"Ravishing" Rick Rude: 6-3-1
Junkyard Dog: 5-3
Tom Pritchard/Zip: 5-3
Dynamite Kid: 5-3-1
King Kong Bundy: 4-3
Earthquake/Golga: 10-4
Mosh/Chaz: 9-4
Scott Steiner: 9-4
Tazz: 7-4
Demolition Ax: 6-4
Jazz: 5-4
John Cena: 12-5
Shelton Benjamin: 10-5
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan: 9-5
Ahmed Johnson: 8-5
Brian Christopher/Grandmaster Sexay: 7-5
Batista: 6-5
Bull Buchanan/Recon: 6-5
Charlie Haas: 6-5
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart: 11-6
Scott Taylor/Scotty 2 Hotty: 10-6
Randy Orton: 9-6
Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake: 7-6
Ivory: 7-6
"Macho Man" Randy Savage: 18-7
Spike Dudley: 10-7
Brock Lesnar: 14-8-1
Hawk: 12-8-1
Val Venis: 13-9
Animal: 12-9-1
Savio Vega: 11-9
Hulk Hogan/Mr. America: 22-11
Ken Shamrock: 15-12
Razor Ramon/Scott Hall: 15-13
Roadie/Jesse James/Road Dogg: 22-18-1
Eddie Guererro: 31-19
Bret "Hitman" Hart: 34-20-1
British Bulldog: 24-20-2
Blue Blazer/Owen Hart: 28-22
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin: 33-27
Kurt Angle: 34-29
Edge/Conquistador: 32-29
The Rock: 35-30-2
Undertaker: 66-35-2
Triple H: 49-41-2
Ludwig Borga: 1-1
Corporal Kirchner: 1-1
Debra: 1-1
Dory Funk Jr: 1-1
Zach Gowan: 1-1
Billy Jack Haynes: 1-1
Jamal: 1-1
Kanyon: 1-1
Rodney Mack: 1-1
Velvet McIntyre: 1-1
Moondog Spot: 1-1
Mosaic: 1-1
Nailz: 1-1
Chris Nowinski: 1-1
Sean O'Haire: 1-1
Sapphire: 1-1
Big John Studd: 1-1
Arn Anderson: 2-2
Alundra Blayze: 2-2
Jonathan Coachman: 2-2
Bobby Heenan: 2-2
Diamond Dallas Page: 2-2
Miguel Perez: 2-2
Red Rooster: 2-2
Danny Basham: 3-3
Doug Basham: 3-3
Dusty Rhodes: 3-3
Skip: 3-3
Bushwhacker Butch: 4-4
Bushwhacker Luke: 4-4
Taka Michinoku: 4-4
Paul Roma: 4-4
Virgil: 4-4
Lex Luger: 4-4-1
Victoria: 5-5
The Warlord: 5-5
Demolition Smash/Repo Man: 7-7
Steve Blackman: 8-8
Chyna: 9-9
Big Boss Man: 15-15
Trish Stratus: 15-15
Rob Van Dam: 16-16
Billy Gunn/Rockabilly/Billy: 27-27-1
Bob Backlund: 1-2
Justin Credible: 1-2
"Dangerous" Danny Davis: 1-2
Dean Douglas: 1-2
"Rugged" Ronnie Garvin: 1-2
Hakushi: 1-2
Barry Horowitz/Red Knight: 1-2
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley: 1-2
Miss Jackie: 1-2
The Patriot: 1-2
Terri Runnels: 1-2
Sato: 1-2
Sensational Sherri: 1-2
Gene Snitsky: 1-2
Shawn Stasiak: 1-2
Teiho: 1-2
Togo: 1-2
Tyson Tomko: 1-2
Beau Beverly: 2-3
Blake Beverly: 2-3
Chainz/DiBiase's Undertaker: 2-3
The Iron Sheik/Col. Mustafa: 2-3
Pierre: 1-3
Barry Windham/The Stalker: 1-3
Funaki: 3-4
One Man Gang/Akeem: 3-4
Chuck Palumbo/Chuck: 3-4
Sgt. Slaughter: 3-4
Tori: 2-4
Adrian Adonis: 1-4
Matt Borne/Doink: 1-4
Darren Drozdov/Droz: 1-4
Luther Reigns: 1-4
Tanaka: 1-4
The Barbarian/Sione: 4-5
Ray Rougeau: 4-5-1
Gangrel: 3-5
Scorpio/Flash Funk: 3-5
Maven: 2-5
Samu: 2-5
Luna Vachon: 2-5
Bad News Brown: 1-5
Dawn Marie (ECW): 1-5
Paul Orndorff: 1-5
Raven: 1-5
Sylvain Grenier: 5-6
Chavo Guerrero Jr: 5-6
Dino Bravo: 4-6
Dean Malenko: 4-6
Vince McMahon: 4-6
Nikolai Volkoff: 4-6
Eli Blu/8 Ball: 3-6
Jacob Blu/Skull: 3-6
Hurricane Helms/The Hurricane: 3-6
Rhyno: 5-7
Rene Dupree: 4-7
Haku: 4-7
Billy Kidman: 4-7
Andre the Giant: 3-7
Rob Conway: 2-7
Honky Tonk Man: 2-7
Don Muraco: 1-7
Koko B. Ware: 1-7
Crash Holly: 7-8
Mr. Perfect: 6-8
Perry Saturn: 5-8
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper: 4-8
Lance Storm: 3-8
Bart Gunn: 8-9
Marc Mero: 8-9
Mark Henry: 7-9
Shane McMahon: 7-9
Psycho Sid: 6-9
Rick Martel: 5-9
Kama/Godfather/Goodfather: 9-10
Ric Flair: 8-10
Molly Holly/Mighty Molly: 5-10
Mike Rotunda/I.R.S: 5-10
Jake "The Snake" Roberts: 9-11-1
Jacques Rougeau/The Mountie: 8-11-1
Bam Bam Bigelow: 7-11
Jerry "The King" Lawler: 5-11
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine/Blue Knight: 5-11
Jacqueline: 1-11
Tito Santana: 7-12
Marty Jannety: 6-12
Henry Godwinn/Mark Canterbury: 5-12
Tajiri: 5-12
Lita: 4-12
Stephen Regal/William Regal: 12-13
"Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase: 9-13
Yokozuna: 9-13
Diesel/Kevin Nash: 8-13-1
Mabel/Viscera: 7-13
Rey Mysterio: 6-13
Hercules: 4-13
D-Lo Brown: 9-14
Vader: 7-14
Prince Albert/Albert/A-Train: 4-14
Phineas Godwinn/Dennis Knight/Mideon: 5-15
Crush/Brian Adams: 4-15
Fatu/Sultan/Rikishi: 14-16
Al Snow/Leif Cassidy: 8-17
Test: 7-18
Jeff Jarrett: 10-19
Bob Holly/Hardcore Holly: 9-19
Booker T: 11-21
Bradshaw/John Bradshaw Layfield: 22-23
Faarooq/Ron Simmons: 15-23
Jeff Hardy: 14-23
Matt Hardy: 13-24
Chris Benoit: 23-26
Mankind/Dude Love/Cactus Jack/Mick Foley: 17-26-1
Dustin Rhodes/Goldust/Dustin Runnels: 13-26
X-Pac/1-2-3 Kid: 22-28
Bubba Ray Dudley: 21-29
D-Von Dudley: 19-29
Big Show: 18-29
Shawn Michaels: 29-31-3
Christian/Conquistador: 25-31
Chris Jericho: 30-34
Kane/Isaac Yankem/Fake Diesel: 32-36-1
Joey Abs: 0-1
General Adnan: 0-1
Aguila: 0-1
Captain Lou Albano: 0-1
Antonio: 0-1
Chapparita Asari: 0-1
Mike Awesome: 0-1
BB: 0-1
Bastion Booger: 0-1
Battalion: 0-1
Berzerker: 0-1
Blackjack Mulligan: 0-1
Blue Meanie: 0-1
Carlito Caribbean Cool: 0-1
Carmella (Diva Search): 0-1
Scott Casey: 0-1
Donna Christianello: 0-1
Conquistador Dos: 0-1
Conquistador Uno: 0-1
James Cornette: 0-1
Khosrow Daivari: 0-1
Simon Dean: 0-1
Duke "The Dumpster" Droese: 0-1
Paul Ellering: 0-1
Jerry Estrada: 0-1
Jimmy Jack Funk: 0-1
Mr. Fuji: 0-1
Tony Garea: 0-1
Pete Gas: 0-1
Jeff Gaylord/Black Knight: 0-1
The Genius: 0-1
Executioner/Terry Gordy: 0-1
Fuerza Guerrera: 0-1
Sakie Hasegawa: 0-1
Muhammed Hassan: 0-1
Michael Hayes: 0-1
Heavy Metal: 0-1
Christy Hemme: 0-1
Kyoko Inoue: 0-1
Jesus: 0-1
Nathan Jones: 0-1
SD Jones: 0-1
Buddy Landell: 0-1
Little Tokyo: 0-1
Teddy Long: 0-1
Lord Littlebrooke: 0-1
Dawn Marie (non ECW): 0-1
Waylon Mercy: 0-1
Pedro Morales: 0-1
Matt Morgan: 0-1
Bull Nakano: 0-1
Nidia: 0-1
Pantera: 0-1
Nick Patrick: 0-1
Pink: 0-1
Ivan Putski: 0-1
Scott Putski: 0-1
Essa Rios: 0-1
Rodney: 0-1
Romeo: 0-1
The Executioner/Buddy Rose: 0-1
Jim Ross: 0-1
David Sammartino: 0-1
Dan Severn: 0-1
Shaniqua: 0-1
"Iron" Mike Sharpe: 0-1
Spanky/Brian Kendrick: 0-1
George "The Animal" Steele: 0-1
Ultimo Dragon: 0-1
Uncle Elmer: 0-1
George Wells: 0-1
Wink: 0-1
Akio: 0-2
"Outlaw" Ron Bass: 0-2
Dink: 0-2
El Torito: 0-2
Fake Razor Ramon: 0-2
Giant Gonzales: 0-2
Robert Gibson: 0-2
Duane Gill/Gillberg: 0-2
Kamala: 0-2
Kato: 0-2
Gail Kim: 0-2
K-Kwik: 0-2
Shannon Moore: 0-2
Ricky Morton: 0-2
Nunzio: 0-2
"Cowboy" Bob Orton: 0-2
Tarantula: 0-2
Zeus: 0-2
Eric Bischoff: 0-3
Garrison Cade: 0-3
Heidenreich: 0-3
Paul London: 0-3
Judy Martin: 0-3
Ken Patera: 0-3
Skinner: 0-3
Mark Jindrak: 0-4
Leilani Kai: 0-4
Adam Bomb/Bryan Clark: 0-5
Stacy Keibler: 0-5
Boris Zhukov: 0-5
"Superfly" Jimmy Snuka: 0-6
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