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    17-06-2007
    draft 2

    Pick No. 13: ECW selects Johnny Nitro

    Pick No. 12: SmackDown selects

    Pick No. 11: Raw selects Jillian Hall

    Pick No. 10: SmackDown selects Victoria

    Pick No. 9: Raw selects William Regal

    Pick No. 8: SmackDown selects The Major Brothers

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    Pick No. 1: Raw selects Paul London&Brian Kendrick

    weeral slecht voor smackdown

    17-06-2007 om 00:00 geschreven door jefken  

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    16-06-2007
    Vince alive and well
    McMahon story makes the cover of PA newspaper
    Chris Johnson - Wednesday, June 13 2007 - 5:39 PM

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    A limousine burst into flames outside the Wachovia Arena at Casey Plaza in Wilkes-Barre Township late Monday, presumably killing long-time World Wrestling Entertainment Chairman Vince McMahon.

    Or so WWE would like its fans to believe.

    WWE fans around the country were treated to an explosive ending to a sold-out Monday Night Raw, live at the Northeastern Pennsylvania arena for a special three-hour broadcast. McMahon’s apparent demise, however, was just another twist in the male soap opera’s story line.

    As far as Wilkes-Barre Township Police Chief Robert Brozowski knows, McMahon is alive and well. WWE taped the explosion Sunday night on the arena property under controlled conditions with the township’s permission, he said. WWE representatives purchased a permit from the township after providing proof of insurance and certification to use pyrotechnics.


    Deerfield, N.Y.-based Zenith Pyrotechnology performed the controlled explosion before township firefighters extinguished the blaze.

    Still, the supposed death of McMahon in Wilkes-Barre created quite a stir. Concerned fans and curious media members across the country called the Wilkes-Barre Township police and Wilkes-Barre City police to inquire about the explosion, shown live on the USA Network.

    Lt. Will Clark of the Wilkes-Barre Township police even took a call from Warner Bros. asking if a body had been sent to the coroner’s office yet.

    “The end result is everybody thought it was real, and we got inundated with calls about the homicide that doesn’t exist,” Clark said. “It comes down to the old adage you don’t always believe what you see on TV.”

    The only evidence of an explosion at the arena was a small, black scorch mark in the parking lot behind the facility, hidden from public view.

    There was no indication an allegedly fatal explosion occurred just nights earlier.

    Still, the WWE contends McMahon may be dead. In fact, a full investigation into the suspicious incident is under way, according to a WWE press release, “although full details have not been disclosed.” WWE’s Web site also features one fan’s account describing McMahon’s scorched body hanging out of the limousine.

    No suspects are being ruled out, according to the release. Real estate magnate Donald Trump, rapper Snoop Dogg, NBC’s Bob Costas and wrestler Stone Cold Steve Austin all made negative statements about McMahon the night of the bombing, the release also pointed out.

    “But would any go so far as to actually blow him up?” the release asks.

    Luzerne County Chief Deputy Coroner Bill Lisman said no one advised the coroner’s office of McMahon’s death.

    “I don’t know what the heck you’re talking about,” he said.

    Steve Poremba, marketing coordinator at the arena, was mum on what really happened Sunday and Monday nights and referred all questions to WWE’s headquarters in Connecticut.

    WWE spokesman Kevin Hennessy declined comment, but assured the limousine has been disposed of properly.

    Meanwhile, WWE’s Web site declared Tuesday a day of mourning for the organization. Flags at WWE’s headquarters were flown at half-staff, and the McMahon family will issue an online statement today, according to the Web site.

    A woman from Arizona called The Citizens’ Voice on Tuesday and said the show was so convincing, she had to find out if McMahon actually died.

    She noted fans could never know for sure whether something is staged after the death of Owen Hart in 1999. The 34-year-old fell to his death at the Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Mo., during a pay-per-view event.

    Hart was being lowered into the ring from the rafters of the arena as part of a skit when the hoist malfunctioned. Hart fell 78 feet and hit his chest on the turnbuckle, severing his aorta. He died about an hour later.

    However, this death — which came during McMahon’s self-proclaimed Mr. McMahon Appreciation Night — is a hoax, Brozowski said.

    “Vince lives on,” he said. “I wish him a speedy recovery. I’m sure he’s sitting in a nice hotel room in Trump Plaza laughing like a bastard.”


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    Uitslagen Smackdown 15 juni
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    • WWE Tag Team Champions Deuce & Domino def. Paul London & Brian Kendrick
    • Matt Hardy def. William Regal
    • Batista def. United States Champion MVP (Non-title)
    • Jimmy Wang Yang def. Jamie Noble, Shannon Moore and Daivari (Fatal Four Way)
    • Ric Flair def. World Heavyweight Champion Edge (Disqualification, Non-title)

    Results:Backdraft

    By Lennie DiFino
    June 15, 2007

    PHILADELPHIA – After the devastation of Monday’s Raw, the Superstars of SmackDown and the new draftees paid tribute to Mr. McMahon throughout the night. As questions swirl around the tragic events that befell the Chairman, SmackDown carried on the show, hoping to relieve some of the emotional stress that haunts them in the wake of the horrendous limo explosion.

    One of the bright spots coming out of Monday night was the drafting of four new Superstars to Friday nights, and new draftee Ric Flair arrived and went straight to the top for his first fight – a non-title contest against World Heavyweight Champion Edge. Earlier in the night, Flair’s former Evolution teammate and protégé Batista was in non-title action against United States Champion MVP. As The Animal’s pursuit of the Rated-R Superstar and his gold will continue at Vengeance: Night of Champions in a Last Chance Match, their paths crossed once more on SmackDown.

    In other action, the WWE Tag Team Champions Deuce & Domino defeated Paul London & Brian Kendrick. The boys from the Other Side of the Tracks used their powerful, in-your-face style to pick up the win in what could be their last appearance on SmackDown together. With the Supplemental Draft scheduled for Sunday at noon ET exclusively on WWE.com, Deuce & Domino, as well as every other SmackDown Superstar, are still in danger of moving from Friday nights.

    One Superstar who thrives on danger is Matt Hardy, who took on William Regal in one-on-one action. Hardy has been one of the hottest Superstars in all of WWE lately, on a winning streak unmatched in recent memory before catching the ire of the presumed dead Chairman. Regal, however, began the night with a heartfelt address over the events involving Mr. McMahon, and he couldn’t find a way to overcome both Hardy and his emotions. Matt Hardy can certainly feel on track after the win on SmackDown.

    Finally, Jimmy Wang Yang became the No. 1 contender to Cruiserweight Champion of the World Chavo Guerrero and his title. Yang was able to defeat Shannon Moore, Jamie Noble and Daivari in a Fatal Four Way match to decide who would take on Guerrero at Vengeance: Night of Champions. Yang has had major success in non-title matches against the champion, but Guerrero is a veteran who always shines brightest in the big moment. Can SmackDown’s resident redneck find the key to success once more at Vengeance: Night of Champions?

    16-06-2007 om 09:00 geschreven door jefken  

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    15-06-2007
    "Sensational" Sherri passes away

    "Sensational" Sherri passes away



    By Corey Clayton
    Written: June 15, 2007

    WWE is saddened to learn of the death of WWE Hall of Famer “Sensational” Sherri. She was 49.

    She passed away at her mother’s home in Birmingham, Ala. Friday morning, according to her husband of 10 years, Robert Schrull.

    “It’s a great loss to the wrestling world,” he told WWE.com. The couple resided in St. Petersburg, Fla.

    In the early 1980s, Sherri began her career in the AWA. In 1985, she defeated Candi Devine to become the AWA Women’s Champion. Their rivalry lasted more than a year, with the championship trading hands on several occasions.

    It was during this time that she began perfecting her skills as a manager, leading “Playboy” Buddy Rose and “Pretty Boy” Doug Somers to the AWA Tag Team Championship. On June 28, 1986, Martel would win the AWA Women’s Championship for a third and final time from Candi Devine.

    On July 24, 1987, “Sensational” Sherri debuted in WWE, pinning her trainer and mentor the Fabulous Moolah to become Women’s Champion. Sherri defended the gold against Debbie Combs, Velvet McIntyre, and Desiree Peterson.

    She quickly earned the reputation as someone who would do anything to win, even if it meant using unsavory tactics. Her rivalry with Moolah continued as they became the captains for the first-ever female Survivor Series teams in 1989. Sherri held the championship for 15 months before losing to Rockin’ Robin. 

    In the early ‘90s WWE phased out the Women’s Division, leaving Sherri to focus on managing the male wrestlers. Her first client was “Macho Man” Randy Savage. It was during this time that she became “Sensation Queen.”

    The couple had rivals with Miss Elizabeth, Hulk Hogan, Dusty Rhodes and Sapphire. In 1991, “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase enlisted her services. After that relationship dissolved, she took on the managerial duties of Shawn Michaels.     

    In 1994, Sherri appeared in WCW as “Sensuous” Sherri managing Ric Flair during his rivalries with Sting and Hulk Hogan. After separating from Flair, she became “Sister” Sherri guiding Harlem Heat to seven WCW Tag Team Championships.

    Sherri was enshrined in the WWE Hall of Fame in 2006. “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase was her presenter.

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    Chris Harris vs James Storm Texas Deathmatch Part 2

    15-06-2007 om 22:32 geschreven door jefken  

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    Chris Harris vs James Storm Texas Deathmatch Part 1

    15-06-2007 om 22:31 geschreven door jefken  

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    Abyss Returns On A Mission To Annihilate Christian Cage Impact Results
    Klik op de afbeelding om de link te volgen Abyss Returns On A Mission To Annihilate Christian Cage Impact Results

    June 14th, 2007 22:01
    NEWS FROM THURSDAY’S “IMPACT!” BROADCAST ON SPIKE TV
    The final countdown to Sunday’s “Slammiversary” Pay-Per-View
    By Bill Banks

    There are several major news items to report on from Thursday’s “iMPACT!” as TNA Wrestling counts down the hours until this Sunday’s “Slammiversary” Pay-Per-View epic event from Nashville, Tennessee!

    REVENGE: ABYSS RETURNS TO ANNIHILATE CHRISTIAN CAGE!
    On Thursday night, Christian Cage was set to compete in his King Of The Mountain qualifier, but he didn’t know who his opponent would be. To Cage’s shock, it would turn out to be the returning Abyss – who was on a mission to completely annihilate “The Instant Classic”. Abyss was a monster possessed in the match and not even interference from Tomko and AJ Styles could help Cage. Abyss would ultimately get himself disqualified for hitting senior referee Rudy Charles with a steel chair, allowing Cage to advance to the Pay-Per-View main event. After the bout, Abyss unloaded a bag of broken glass to exact his revenge on Cage, but “The Instant Classic” escaped the monster’s wrath!

    THE FALLEN ANGEL COSTS STING HIS SECOND CHANCE AT KOTM
    Also on Thursday night, Jim Cornette gave Sting, Rhino and Tomko a second chance at gaining entry into the King Of The Mountain match when he signed Sting, Tomko and Rhino to face Kurt Angle, AJ Styles and Samoa Joe. If Sting, Tomko or Rhino were able to pin one of their opponents, they would take their place in the main event bout. Prior to the match, Tomko was attacked backstage and was unable to compete in the bout. In hindsight, it must have been Abyss. Later, "The Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels attempted to enter the match in Tomko's place, but he instead blindsided Sting, causing the icon to get beat by Kurt Angle!

    TWO NEW MATCHES SIGNED FOR SUNDAY’S SLAMMIVERSARY
    During Thursday’s SpikeTV broadcast, two new matches were announced for Sunday’s Pay-Per-View. The first will feature “Wildcat” Chris Harris and “The War Machine” Rhino (along with Hector Guerrero) taking on The Latin American Xchange (with Konnan). Also signed for Sunday after “iMPACT!” went off the air is The Icon Sting taking on “The Fallen Angel” Christopher Daniels!

    In other news from Thursday’s “iMPACT!”…The combination of The Steiner Brothers and Basham & Damaja got the win over Team 3D and the Voodoo Kin Mafia when Christy Hemme interfered, allowing her team to get the win. Also on the program, “The Guru” Sonjay Dutt led Kevin Nash and “Black Machismo” Jay Lethal in meditation to help Lethal prepare for his X Championship bout this Sunday against Chris Sabin!

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    13-06-2007
    ***SPOILER***ECW 12 JUNI
    Klik op de afbeelding om de link te volgen Tommy Dreamer def. Balls Mahoney (Extreme Rules)
    Boogeyman def. Matt Striker
    Chris Benoit & CM Punk def. Elijah Burke & Marcus Cor Von (Disqualification)

    13-06-2007 om 17:47 geschreven door jefken  

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    12-06-2007
    DRAFT

    Draft

    Pick No. 1: SmackDown selects The Great Khali

    Pick No. 2: ECW selects The Boogeyman

    Pick No. 3: Raw selects King Booker (w/ Queen Sharmell)

    Pick No. 4: ECW selects Chris Benoit

    Pick No. 5: SmackDown selects Torrie Wilson

    Pick No. 6: SmackDown selects Chris Masters

    Pick No. 7: Raw selects ECW World Champion Bobby Lashley

    Pick No. 8: SmackDown selects “Nature Boy” Ric Flair

    Picks No. 9 and 10: Raw selects Snitsky and Mr. Kennedy

    Supplemental Draft Announced for Wednesday, Noon ET on WWE.com

    dom diene draft
    zeker voor de mensen dat naar Smackdown gaan kijken hier in Belgie
    ze zullen het moeten doen zonder Kennedy Booker T The Boogeyman en Chris Benoit

    12-06-2007 om 20:14 geschreven door jefken  

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    uitslagen Raw 11 Juni
    Klik op de afbeelding om de link te volgen All matches listed were interpromotional non-title bouts to determine Draft order:
    World Heavyweight Champion Edge (SD) def. WWE Champion John Cena
    CM Punk (ECW) def. Carlito
    Umaga (Raw) def. Balls Mahoney
    ECW World Champion Bobby Lashley (ECW) def. Chris Benoit
    United States Champion MVP (SD) def. Intercontinental Champion Santino Marella
    The Miz (SD) def. Snitsky (reverse decision; DQ)
    Candice Michelle (Raw) def. Kristal
    Batista (SD) def. Elijah Burke and Jeff Hardy (Triple Threat Match)
    Randy Orton (Raw) wins 15-Man Battle Royal to earn two Draft picks


    Results:One wild night

    By Mike McAvennie
    June 11, 2007

    WILKES-BARRE, Pa.  History will forever remember the extraordinary events that transpired on Raw Monday night. None, however — not an incredible WWE Draft, nor an unbelievable “Mr. McMahon Appreciation Night” — will be regarded so momentous as what appear to be the WWE Chairman’s final instants on Raw…and on this earth. Only hours after promising that “tonight will be the defining moment of my life,” Mr. McMahon is presumed dead — victim to a horrific explosion that suddenly and inexplicably emanated from his limousine.

    Though tragedy now hangs over World Wrestling Entertainment like a black, ominous cloud, the seemingly final three hours of Mr. McMahon’s life showcased unbelievable tri-branded ring action featuring Superstars from Raw, SmackDown and ECW. Winners of each match would determine which brand would earn the next random selection in WWE’s lottery-based Draft. The picks themselves drew a plethora of emotions from all three brand locker rooms — and in one case, Extreme controversy. For the implications resulting from the WWE Draft selections,

    SmackDown would draw first interpromotional blood inside the sold-out Wachovia Arena, thanks to the brand’s World Heavyweight Champion Edge. No titles were on the line as the Rated-R Superstar faced off against longtime Raw rival, WWE Champion John Cena. But that wouldn’t stop the Ultimate Opportunist from breaking up an attempted FU onto the announcers’ table, then capitalizing on an opening that gave him the count-out victory. That said, Cena can take comfort in the fact that by losing the match, he also lost the gigantic threat to his WWE Title in recent months. Edge, meanwhile, looked understandably concerned as SmackDown’s first random Draft pick was introduced to our fans: the Indian colossus, The Great Khali.

    Some may debate whether or not ECW truly reaped the Draft benefits following the next contest, in which CM Punk picked up the pinfall over Carlito. The Straightedge Superstar may have given the Go to Sleep to cover Raw’s rotten apple, but he and ECW’s other Superstars better have Extreme stomachs for the brand’s newest member — the clock-bashing, worm-eating freak called Boogeyman.

    Raw quickly picked up a two-for-one deal in the WWE Draft moments after Umaga Samoan-Bulldozed his way to victory past ECW’s Balls Mahoney. Though Mahoney’s efforts were valiant, Umaga’s savagery — and a powerful Samoan Spike to the throat — proved too much to overcome. As a result, royalty now becomes Raw, which for the long foreseeable future will hail King Booker & Queen Sharmell.

    ECW World Champion Bobby Lashley would counter numerous submission maneuvers to emerge triumphant in a hotly-contested interpromotional match against SmackDown’s Chris Benoit. But earning his brand the WWE Draft’s next lottery-based pick would produce one of the evening’s more ironic outcomes, as none other than the Rabid Wolverine was selected. Both men shook hands out of respect before exiting the ring, though Benoit made it immediately known that when he enters the Land of the Extreme this Tuesday night on ECW on Sci Fi (10/9 CT), he will begin a quest to capture the ECW World Title.

    Raw newcomer and Intercontinental Champion Santino Marella gained immeasurable ring experience by going up against “ballin’” United States Champion Montel Vontavious Porter. Unfortunately for Marella, despite continuing to win over our fans and further demonstrate his vastly improving mat skills, it was MVP who’d deliver the decisive Playmaker, and prove once more why he deserves consideration as SmackDown’s “Franchise Playa.” And that’s exactly where he’ll remain for now; his non-title win earned a second Draft pick for SmackDown, which will now have beautiful WWE Diva Torrie Wilson spicing up Friday nights on The CW Network (8/7 CT).

    It seemed certain that ECW would garner a third WWE Draft pick after the maniacal Snitsky all but obliterated poor Mike “The Miz” Mizanin. Unfortunately, Snitsky’s vicious instincts got the better of him; his post-match beatdown on the SmackDown Superstar was so relentless that officials had no choice but to reverse the decision and award The Miz with the victory. As a result, SmackDown drew Chris Masters as its third selection for the night, and he may be a veritable “Masterpiece” in progress; he’s a sure-fire cinch to “Master Lock” any SmackDown Superstar who stands in his way on his climb to the top.

    By adding to her already remarkable win streak of late, Candice Michelle would also hand Raw the evening’s most impactful — and most certainly controversial — Draft pick. Moments after the Diva covered SmackDown’s Kristal for the three-count, our fans everywhere were shocked by the Raw brand’s randomly selected Draft pick: ECW World Champion Bobby Lashley! But within moments of coming out to the Raw stage and acknowledging the sold-out crowd, Raw Executive Assistant Jonathan Coachman also walked out with some news of his own: Lashley would make the switch to his new promotion without the ECW gold. Acting on orders from Mr. McMahon himself, Coachman officially stripped Lashley of the ECW World Title, just eight days after he won it back from Mr. McMahon in a brutal Street Fight at One Night Stand.

    Though the pain etched on his face was more than apparent, Lashley relinquished his most valued possession…but not without grabbing the microphone and giving Coachman a stern message: “You stripped the ECW Title from me, but I’m still a champion…. On Raw, I’m gonna prove it.”

    Batista seemed to have something of his own to prove in a Triple Threat Match against Raw’s Jeff Hardy and ECW’s Elijah Burke. Unleashing an Animal rage borne from the recent frustrations caused by World Heavyweight Champion Edge, the powerhouse Superstar earned SmackDown’s fourth Draft selection after planting Burke to the canvas with a thunderous Batista Bomb. As for the pick itself, no one was more elated than The Animal to see his one-time Evolution colleague — the “Nature Boy,” Ric Flair.

    All three brands would participate in the final match of the night, a 15-Man Battle Royal to determine which brand would gain the WWE Draft’s final two selections. Randy Orton would ultimately oust SmackDown’s Matt Hardy over the top rope to claim victory for Raw, resulting in two senses-shattering Draft picks that got the Wachovia Arena crowd on its feet: ECW’s psychotic Snitsky and SmackDown’s loudmouth Superstar, Mr. Kennedy.

    Tragically, however, tonight was about far more than the WWE Draft. At first, everyone believed that meant “Mr. McMahon Appreciation Night,” which was “celebrated” the entire evening with decidely marked comments from WWE Hall of Famers (former Minnesota Governor Jesse “The Body” Ventura, Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka, The Iron Sheik, Bret “Hit Man” Hart, Bobby “The Brain” Heenan, “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, Capt. Lou Albano, Dusty Rhodes and “Mean” Gene Okerlund), WWE Legends (“Stone Cold” Steve Austin and Mick Foley, the latter of whom also threw his hat in the WWE Championship Challenge Match at Vengeance: Night of Champions) and A-list celebrities (rap legend Snoop Dogg, Jackass’ Steve-O, billionaire battler Donald Trump, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and sportscaster/talk show host Bob Costas).

    Also making an appearance on the TitanTron was ousted Diva Ashley, whom the WWE Chairman had indefinitely suspended for accidentally spilling coffee on him at SmackDown last week. Recalling how Mr. McMahon once forced retired Diva Trish Stratus to bark like a dog on all fours in her underwear, Ashley decided to show her appreciation for the boss—by re-enacting a similar moment through the Fabulous Moolah and Mae Young, much to the dismay of the entire Raw audience. To hear Ashley and others speak out on Mr. McMahon,

    Still, at the end of the night, no one could have possibly predicted the vicious way in which Raw, the WWE Draft or “Mr. McMahon Appreciation Night” would end. The car bombing that apparently claimed Mr. McMahon’s life has sent shockwaves that will radiate throughout Raw, SmackDown and ECW’s locker rooms for months, possibly years. How each Superstar will rise from the ashes of this terrible tragedy remains to be seen.

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