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For the brightest stars in Hollywood, Sunday will be one of the biggest nights of the year as the 79th annual Academy Awards is broadcast from the Kodak Theatre. For the brightest stars in the squared-circle, kicking back and enjoying a movie can be the perfect way to spend a well-deserved night off. With talented actors like Meryl Streep, Peter O’Toole, Judi Dench and Forest Whitaker vying for Oscar gold, the telecast is bound to be enthralling. WWE.com checked in with some of the biggest film buffs in sports-entertainment to get their personal Oscar favorites.
First stop: The Miz. As a resident of Los Angeles and former Reality TV contestant, The Miz truly has his finger on the pulse of entertainment. The cocky SmackDown Superstar started off by giving his own version of an Oscar acceptance speech.
“I would like to thank the Oscars for closing down Hollywood Boulevard, which is right near my house. Traffic has been hell all week, so I just want to thank you, Oscars!”
What about The Miz’s picks for best actress? “To be honest, The Devil Wears Prada was a horrible movie, and Meryl Streep is the most-overrated actress. Kate Winslet… Titanic was her mainstay, now she’s just whoever. I think Penelope Cruz is going to win because she’s hot!”
Fellow Los Angelino Joey Mercury refused to be boxed in by “nominations” when choosing a winner for best picture, “I don’t see it nominated, but Borat! That’s my personal favorite. Out of the ones on the list, I choose The Departed. It hooked me, swerved me and took me in every single direction. I really enjoyed it.”
ECW Extremist CM Punk also went with The Departed for best picture, “It is simply an excellent movie,” reflected the straightedge Punk. “I’m going to pick Leonardo DiCaprio in Blood Diamond for best actor, just because he was so good in The Departed. I hate Leonardo DiCaprio, so it pains me to even say that!”
To find out who wins, and who goes home empty-handed, catch the Oscars on Sunday night.
Matt Hardy and WWE Tag team Champions Paul London & Brian Kendrick def. Joey Mercury and Deuce & Domino Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero def. Scotty 2 Hotty King Booker def. Kane (Falls Count Anywhere Money in the Bank Qualifying) Finlay & Little Bastard def. Boogeyman & Little Boogeyman
OFFICIAL IMPACT RESULTS FROM THURSDAY 2/22 By "Mighty" Mike Kerrigan
The ominous steel structure of the Elevation X lowers to the ground as iMPACT! starts. The Phenomenal AJ Styles climbs the structure and says "If you want to be the greatest, you have to raise the bar. And it doesn't get much higher than MY invention -- Elevation X. At Destination X, I'll give someone the opportunity to become famous, because you'll never be phenomenal." Rhino's music hits and he climbs Elevation X as AJ retreats. Rhino tell AJ that he has run from the War Machine for the last time and the AJ's invention will be responsible for the end of AJ's career.
The "Belting Pot" match begins as Team 3D squares off against LAX, with the goombas and latinos in their respective corners. The match goes back and forth with each team's gang being able to get their licks on the opposite team. Things really go crazy when there is a standoff between the two gangs when Hernandez and Brother Devon lay next to each other on the floor. The gang warfare ensues as Brother Ray and Cousin Steve Shirippa hold down Homicide and Brother Devon lands a flying headbutt to the groin. Hernandez tries to clothesline Cousin Steve as he helps tell Devon to get the tables, but he is met with a 3D. Team 3D gain the victory and celebrate in the ring with their goombas.
Sting is shown laying on a "deathbed" and tells Abyss that his life will change very soon. He goes on to say "At Destination X, after I strap you to this bed, you're going to have to decide how you will live this side of eternity. Will you choose darkness or life? The choice is yours and yours alone, because the devil isn't in your ear any longer. Jeremy Borash tries to get a reaction from Abyss, but is met with a choke and a slam into a steel fence.
The second match of the night starts as Robert Roode, Eric Young, and James Storm take on the Voodoo Kin Mafia and Lance Hoyt. Eric starts off the match with BG James, and the two start dancing. Roode doesn't like what ensues, so he gets in the ring; only to meet up with big Lance Hoyt. Roode tags in Storm, and Lance lays him out and goes high risk. Roode grabs Hoyt's leg and makes him hit the turnbuckle. Storm takes advantage and grabs the tights to get the victory. Yet, the celebration is short lived as Wildcat Chris Harris jumps from the crowd and chases Storm into the locker room area.
A video of Christopher Daniels is shown with the Fallen Angel making a cryptic message -- "People say time changes things, but you have to change yourself. And I will have to be able to sacrifice what I am, for the sake of what I will become."
NFL great and "Pros vs Joes" star, Andre Rison is in the ring with Don West. Rison says that it felt great to show who were the Pros and who were the Joes in his time with the show on Spike. Abyss hits the ring and Rison extends his hand, but is met with a huge Black Hole Slam.
Another Paparazzi Productions video is aired showing more from Paparazzi Idol. Nash tells Jay Lethal that the white man is holding him back and tells Lethal to start using the race card as Kevin has used throughout his career.
Mike Tenay and Jim Cornette are in the ring for the contract signing for Scott Steiner vs. Kurt Angle at Destination-X. Steiner tells Angle that after he beats Kurt, he will melt down his Olympic medal, yet doubts he will even get enough to buy a cup of coffee. Angle says he will make an example of Steiner and show the world that the business no longer needs money hungry, whiney, b*&@#%$ anymore. They both sign the contract and have a stare off. Steiner takes a cheap shot and headbutts Kurt with his chain mail. Kurt tries to fight back, but Christian Cage and Tomko come out to help with the beat down.
A video of Samoa Joe starts where Joe says "For 20 months I've been denied. For 20 months I've been put to the side. For 20 months they tried to ignore me. The will ignore me no more. -- Christian Cage will soon learn why they call me the Samoan Submission Machine.
Next is the Impact main event, where Austin Starr, Senshi, Sonjay Dutt, Jay Lethal, and Jerry Lynn battle it out in a ladder match to determine the number one contender for the X-Division championship. Things start out wildly as Dutt and Lethal take advantage of their speed and agility and take out Starr and Senshi with a baseball slide into a ladder followed by plachas onto their opponents. Three ladders are then aligned into the middle of the ring and all 5 men try to reach for the X hanging from the ceiling. Jerry Lynn then powerbombs Dutt and Lethal and jumps back onto the ladder. As Senshi and Starr focus on each other, Lynn takes advantage and shoves both men off the ladder and on to the mat. He grabs the X and earns himself the right to battle Chris Sabin for the title. Yet, before the show could end, Bob Backlund congratulates Lynn and tries to shake Austin Starr's hand. Starr refuses and throws his sweat at Backlund and tries to attack him. Bob is able to counter and put Starr into the crossface chicken wing, as iMPACT! ends.
Written: February 21, 2007The Battle of the Billionaires pitting Donald Trump and Mr. McMahon and their respective ‘dos against one another at WrestleMania 23 has generated buzz worldwide. Trump and McMahon will be represented by the Superstar of their choice in the highly anticipated match. (McMahon has chosen new Intercontinental Champion Umaga while Trump will announce his choice next week on Raw.)
With the loser slated to get his head shaved, there is a lot more than ego on the line for these two billionaires. In this week's edition of Superstar to Superstar, Mr. McMahon’s Executive Assistant, Jonathan Coachman, confronts his boss’ WrestleMania foe. Would McMahon’s executive suck-up show his undying loyalty, or would he audition to become Trump’s “apprentice”? Find out below:
Coachman: First of all, Mr. Trump, I’m “The Coach,” Mr. McMahon’s executive assistant. So don’t think for a minute that I’m envious of sitting here next to you. How’s business for you these days?
Trump: Business is great. It’s been amazing, it’s been the best it’s ever been for me. I know it’s been the best for Vince, and we’re going to put some of that business on the line come time for WrestleMania.
Coachman: Now on Raw Jan. 29, you literally dumped thousands of dollars on our audience. Mr. McMahon wasn’t too happy with what you did, but then McMahon gave our fans what we like to call “value.” Why are you so hell-bent on, for lack of a better term, “Trumping” our audience?
Trump: Well, I like to give back to the fans. I don’t like the way Vince treats them – he takes advantage of them. And come time to have our showdown, I think it’s going to be a very interesting little dilemma he’s got. I like the fact that I’m giving something back to the fans after years of him taking advantage of them.
Coachman: Now you are aware that Mr. McMahon is nothing like Rosie O’Donnell. Vince was on the cover of Muscle & Fitness. It’s going to be a completely different animal you’re going up against at WrestleMania.
Trump: Well, look, I’ll tell you what: I am a big fan of what you’ve done with WrestleMania. I’m not a fan of Rosie O’Donnell. As you know, I called her a degenerate. I called her lots of other things. She’s just not a smart person, and she is certainly not an attractive person. In fact, I think Vince is far more attractive than Rosie. If it came down to having to kiss one of them goodnight, I think any male would have to choose Vince over Rosie. But … It’s going to be something spectacular, and already everybody is talking about it.
Coachman: Now I wouldn’t be myself if I didn’t give you props for being part of our show and bringing the star power that you bring. But just for a second, let’s talk about The Apprentice. I know you’re very proud of the show, and it’s in California this year. What can we expect in the next several Sundays on The Apprentice?
Trump: Well, it’s been really terrific. It’s in L.A. this year … There have been 15 copycats of The Apprentice, and every one of them have been off the air almost immediately. [Dallas Mavericks owner] Mark Cuban tried and failed. Richard Branson, so many others … Tommy Hilfiger. … We’re now in our sixth season, so it’s been a really amazing thing for me, and it’s been a lot of fun. And I think it’s just more of the same. It’s just a formula that seems to work. They seem to like the boardroom the most. Frankly, if you could make an entire hour of the boardroom, people would like it better than the task. But you need the task to get to the boardroom. But The Apprentice has been something that’s really been fun for me. It became the No. 1 show on television for a long period of time, so I’ve had a great time with it.
Coachman: You know, I was thinking before I came over here today that you need an idea guy, someone that helps you not just become a billionaire, but a trillionaire. And I know somebody like that. I can set up a meeting between you and me - er, him, him. If you’d be open to something like that …
Trump: I am totally open to that. You sound like the right guy.
Coachman: Don’t let Mr. McMahon hear that. Now, last question: If your guy wins at WrestleMania, will you actually go through with shaving Mr. McMahon’s beautiful head of hair?
Trump: Absolutely. There’s no question about it. Now, people accuse me of wearing a hairpiece. I don’t wear a hairpiece, but I’ve been accused of it for years. I’ve also heard them accuse him of wearing a hairpiece. Now, I’ve never thought in terms of him wearing a hairpiece. I know he doesn’t wear a hairpiece. Because frankly, if he wore a hairpiece, then it would be a lot easier. I could just rip the hairpiece off. But it’s not going to be that way because I know he doesn’t wear a hairpiece. But I look forward to shaving his head – that’s something I really look forward to. My wrestler damn well better win.
Coachman: I’ll ask one more question, if you don’t mind. What made you agree to be a part of this? I know you said you have a tremendous amount of respect for WrestleMania. It could be one of the biggest we’ve ever had, one of the biggest crowds we’ve ever had …
Trump: Not could be. This will be the biggest you’ve ever had because I’m a part of it. This will be your highest-rated. This will be your biggest crowd. This will be your most exciting. This will be talked about far beyond just the realm of wrestling, which is a big realm. But this is going to be talked about all around the world. This will be, without question, the biggest WrestleMania.
Rob Van Dam def. Kevin Thorn CM Punk def. Johnny Nitro in a Money in the Bank qualifying match La Resistance def. Los Luchas ECW World Champion Bobby Lashley def. Hardcore Holly & Mr. Kennedy (Triple Threat Match)
Umaga def. Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy Ric Flair & Carlito def. Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch Edge def. Rob Van Dam in a Money in the Bank qualifying match Melina def. Women's Champion Mickie James The Great Khali def. The Highlanders WWE Champion John Cena def. Randy Orton (DQ)
umaga nieuwe intercontinal champ en Melina nieuwe womans champ vond de vorige twee veel beter
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