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    07-07-2007
    uitslagen Smackdown 6 juli
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  • Matt Hardy def. United States Champion MVP (non-title)
  • Chris Masters def. Jimmy Wang Yang
  • Major Brothers def. Locals
  • Finlay def. Ric Flair
  • Chuck Palumbo def. Kenny Dykstra
  • Eugene vs. Deuce (no contest)


    Results:A big surprise

    By Andrew Rote
    July 6, 2007

    DALLAS - When Edge began hosting The Cutting Edge, you can be sure he didn’t have the latest edition in mind. After asking Theodore Long for the night off from action, the SmackDown General Manager promised the Rated-R Superstar his biggest guest in The Cutting Edge’s history… and he delivered. Kane surprised the World Heavyweight Champion, tossing the host out of the ring and earning himself a title opportunity at The Great American Bash.

    Looking for a Bash invitation of his own, The Great Khali terrorized everybody in his path, promising not to stop until somebody accepts his open challenge for a match at the pay-per-view. After several of Khali’s attacks, Batista marched to the squared circle and stood eye-to-chest with the Indian giant. The Animal’s acceptance came too late for some, though. Jimmy Wang Yang suffered a double-handed chokeslam, Deuce and Eugene’s match was interrupted as both were attacked, and even a producer was thrown almost through a wall.

    Elsewhere on SmackDown, Matt Hardy kicked off the night with a victory over United States Champion Montel Vontavious Porter. The win was anything but easy as both men contributed to one of the most athletic contests our fans have ever seen. With his victory, Hardy may have taken a step closer to becoming a contender for the United States Championship.

    In their first match against each other in each of their illustrious careers, Finlay found a way to pick up the win against Ric Flair, beating him at his own dirty game. Hornswoggle tried to interfere and the “Nature Boy” hit him with a vicious chop. When the referee examined the injured leprechaun, however, Finlay struck Flair in the back of the knee with his Shillelagh. Moments later, Flair tapped out to the Celtic Cross.

    Jimmy Wang Yang has enjoyed success in the past few months, winning match after match and coming close to earning the Cruiserweight Championship at Vengeance: Night of Champions. When he faced Chris Masters, though, it looked like time for him to ride off into the sunset. The Masterpiece had his way with the redneck rebel, capping the contest with the virtually inescapable Masterlock.

    In other action, the Major Brothers made their SmackDown debut with a convincing win. Chuck Palumbo also had success in his first Friday night match when he silenced the cocky Kenny Dykstra.

    During a photo shoot, Torrie Wilson told Victoria exactly what she thought of her: the Diva is crazy. The brawling beauties destroyed the set as they clawed at each other until they were pried away, but the rivalry is sure to heat up further.

    Watch Friday Night SmackDown at 8/7 CT on The CW Network and find out what develops.

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    06-07-2007
    News & Video From Thursday's
    Klik op de afbeelding om de link te volgen News & Video From Thursday's "iMPACT!" Broadcast On SpikeTV Impact Results
    July 5th, 2007 22:01
    NEWS AND VIDEO FROM THURSDAY’S “iMPACT!” ON SPIKE TV
    By Bill Banks

    There are several major news items from Thursday’s “iMPACT!” on SpikeTV as TNA Wrestling heads towards the July 15 “Victory Road” Pay-Per-View event!

    ABYSS TO SPEAK FOR THE FIRST TIME ON THURSDAY NIGHT
    The icon Sting promised a surprise on Thursday’s broadcast and he delivered in a big way! According to Sting, Abyss will speak for the first time this Thursday night on “iMPACT!” on SpikeTV. In the five years that Abyss has been a part of TNA, he has never communicated with anyone except former manager James Mitchell. However, Sting’s mission to reform Abyss continues this Thursday night. What will Abyss say with his first words to the wrestling world? Tune in and find out!

    THE MATCH OF CHAMPIONS IS SET – TEAM 3D SUCCESSFULLY DEFEND THE TNA WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE
    Also on Thursday’s “iMPACT!”, TNA World Tag Team Champions Team 3D successful defended the gold against the Latin American Xchange and AJ Styles & Christopher Daniels in a three-way bout. As a result, Team 3D advances to the “Match Of Champions” at Victory Road against Kurt Angle and Samoa Joe. That night, every TNA title will be on the line in one match!

    THE ULTIMATE X MATCH TO RETURN AT VICTORY ROAD
    In addition, it was also announced on Thursday’s broadcast that the daredevil Ultimate X Match will make its return on July 15 at “Victory Road”. More details will be announced Thursday night on “iMPACT!”. The lineup for the Pay-Per-View thus far is as follows:

    Match Of Champions: Kurt Angle/Samoa Joe vs. Team 3D
    The Ultimate X Match
    “The Instant Classic” Christian Cage vs. “Wildcat” Chris Harris
    Plus, more matches will be announced Thursday night on SpikeTV!

    OTHER NEWS FROM THURSDAY’S “iMPACT!” BROADCAST:

    - Two new matches have been made official for “Victory Road”, as it will be “The Instant Classic” Christian Cage taking on “Wildcat” Chris Harris. Harris cost Cage his chance at the TNA World Heavyweight Championship at Slammiversary and “The Instant Classic” has been bashing “The Wildcat” since that night. In addition, "The War Machine" Rhino will clash with "Cowboy" James Storm! Watch the videos below for more info on these matches...

    - TNA World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle held his own appreciation night on “iMPACT!”, but the proceedings were interrupted by Team 3D. However, before Brother Ray and Devon could put Angle through a table, Samoa Joe came out to save his longtime nemesis. After Joe turned back 3D, Angle took the opportunity to put Joe through the table with an Olympic Slam!

    - Gail Kim won a three-way match over Jackie Moore and Ms. Brooks when she pinned Moore. After the bout, Moore and Brooks double-teamed Gail, but Eric Young came out to help his friend. In turn, Robert Roode hit the ring to attack Young!

    Sting talks about Abyss


    Angle talks team 3D and TNA


    match announced harris against gage


    Rhino Speaks Out On James Storm


    Team 3d agianst LAX and daniels and aj styles


    06-07-2007 om 13:58 geschreven door jefken  

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    Preview For Thursday's "iMPACT!
    Klik op de afbeelding om de link te volgen Preview For Thursday's "iMPACT!" - Abyss Speaks For The First Time Impact Preview
    July 5th, 2007 22:00
    PREVIEW FOR THURSDAY’S HUGE “iMPACT!” ON SPIKE TV
    Eight-man war set to take place before “Victory Road”
    By Bill Banks

    This Thursday night, “iMPACT!” returns to SpikeTV with another huge broadcast just days before the July 15 “Victory Road” Pay-Per-View event! The below is a preview of what you’ll see on the broadcast:

    STING PROMISES THAT ABYSS WILL SPEAK FOR THE FIRST TIME
    According to Sting, Abyss will speak for the first time this Thursday night on “iMPACT!” on SpikeTV. In the five years that Abyss has been a part of TNA, he has never communicated with anyone except former manager James Mitchell. However, Sting’s mission to reform Abyss continues this Thursday in a big way. What will Abyss say with his first words to the wrestling world? Tune in and find out!

    8 MAN WAR BEFORE VICTORY ROAD – ANGLE, JOE AND 3D MUST UNITE
    Also on Thursday’s “iMPACT!”, the opponents in the “Match Of Champions” at “Victory Road” must unite as it will be Kurt Angle, Samoa Joe and Team 3D joining forces for an eight man war! Will all hell break loose between the four TNA champions before the Pay-Per-View, or will the bitter enemies find a way to co-exist? Who will their opponents be? Tune in and find out!

    THE MEMBERS OF SEROTONIN COLLIDE IN A THREE-WAY MATCH
    In addition, TNAwrestling.com has learned that the members of Raven’s Serotonin will collide in a three-way bout as it will be Martyr vs. Havok vs. Kaz! In recent weeks, Kaz has been lashing out against his fellow Serotonin members, resulting in some friction in the group. Will this bout finally end the problems in the alliance, or will it shatter Serotonin further?

    All this and much more this Thursday night on “iMPACT!” on SpikeTV!

    Plus, more matches for the July 15 “Victory Road” event will be announced on the broadcast including details of the return of the daredevil Ultimate X Match at the Pay-Per-View!

    06-07-2007 om 13:08 geschreven door jefken  

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    05-07-2007
    THE BEST OF ECW
    The best of ecw

    05-07-2007 om 23:32 geschreven door jefken  

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    04-07-2007
    uitslagen ECW 3 juli
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    • ECW World Champion Johnny Nitro def. Tommy Dreamer (non-title match)
    • CM Punk def. Kevin Thorn

      Results:Playing with Poison

      By Bryan Robinson
      July 3, 2007

      DALLAS – ECW World Champion Johnny Nitro couldn’t stop smiling as he emerged from the locker room. His long brown locks were still drenched in sweat from his hard-fought victory earlier that night over legendary ECW Original Tommy Dreamer – an opponent that his chief rival, CM Punk, had chosen for him in a “Pick Your Poison”-themed ECW on Sci Fi. In turn, Nitro’s handpicked “poison” for Punk was Kevin Thorn – and he had just watched the Straightedge Superstar impale the powerful vampire.

      Nitro seemed impressed, but his smile slowly faded as his eyes locked on Punk. The No. 1 contender to the ECW World Title did not take his eyes off the champion either, and challenged Nitro to get into the ring. But Punk was then blindsided by Thorn, and would have been double-teamed by him and Nitro if he hadn’t fought off the powerhouse.

      Nitro backed away from a likely attack on his challenger as Punk invited him to duke it out. As our fans at the American Airlines Center in Dallas chanted “CM Punk! CM Punk!” Nitro stuck his nose up and held his – and he would stress his – ECW World Title for Punk and the whole world to see. “You may have won your match, Punk, but I’m still the champ,” he seemed to say. “I’m the ECW World Champion, and you’re not.”

      The latest duel between Punk and Nitro was essentially a draw as both men beat their respective “poisons.” Their rivalry, which began when Nitro defeated Punk for the vacant ECW World Title at Vengeance: Night of Champions, has only heated up in recent weeks as both men have traded verbal jabs at one another. They will have the opportunity to throw five-knuckled jabs when they wage war again over the ECW World Title at The Great American Bash on July 22.

      But tonight, both young Superstars were content with having other men literally fight their battles for them. In some ways, it wasn’t surprising that Punk chose Dreamer to test Nitro. Punk, a fan of the original incarnation of ECW, respects Dreamer and the legacy he has built, and the two teamed together with Sandman in a Six-Man Tag Team Tables Match against the New Breed at One Night Stand.

      Nitro, however, doesn’t have much respect for Dreamer and ECW’s history. Dreamer, a former ECW World Champion who has broken his back and neck for the promotion, is among those who have questioned Nitro’s toughness and whether he was “ECW enough” to be ECW World Champion. Nitro, in turn, has been on a mission to show naysayers that he represents the evolution of the Land of the Extreme.

      Dreamer took Nitro to the extreme – but the focused A-lister showed Dreamer that he was redefining extreme with his athleticism. Dreamer learned that Nitro’s pretty boy looks, stylish fur and Hollywood shades could be deceiving as the ECW Champion tortured him by targeting his left shoulder before ultimately flattening him with a corkscrew neckbreaker.

      In Kevin Thorn, Nitro had a brutal, sadistic opponent who was well-acquainted with Punk. The two had battled several times, and Nitro knew Thorn would be relentless and remorseless in his assault.

      Thorn had been on a reign of terror, bulldozing all foes since he had left the New Breed months ago. He overwhelmed Punk for much of their contest with his power. But the Straightedge Superstar – at the urging of his cheering legion of supporters – shook with adrenaline and showed the heart that has won fans the world over.

      As he stood victorious in the ring, Punk looked at Nitro. He definitely had Nitro's undivided attention and had won him over. But make no mistake; the ECW World Champion is no fan of Punk. He knows the Straightedge Superstar is the biggest threat to his championship reign. For now, these two young Superstars are only exchanging glares. What will be next as they try to gain an advantage in the weeks before their clash at The Great American Bash?

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    04-07-2007 om 18:07 geschreven door jefken  

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    03-07-2007
    Game-ready fans speak out

    Game-ready fans speak out


    By Mike McAvennie
    Written: July 2, 2007

    DALLAS – In addition to crowning a new Intercontinental Champion and lining up John Cena’s next challenger for the WWE Championship, Raw’s highlights also included clips from Triple H’s arduous road to recovery from a torn right quadriceps. Although The Game wasn’t there in person, just seeing the 10-time World Champion back on the TitanTron screen had many of our fans at the American Airlines Center buzzing.

    “When The Game returns, he’s putting WWE on notice,” predicted Jack Sanhall of Irving, Texas. “Look at what he accomplished after coming back from injury in 2002—he not only won the WWE Title a fifth time, he became a five-time World Heavyweight Champion as well. There’s no way anyone will stop Triple H from becoming an 11-time World Champion.”

    “Those Triple H promos have made my week,” stated Red Oak resident Ann-Marie Nuhaltz. “Now I only need Shawn Michaels to come back too. I’d love to see those two in the ring again.”

    No one knows the condition of HBK, who at Judgment Day last May suffered a potential career-ending concussion at the hands—and boot—of Randy Orton. Dallas local Victor Flores thinks that alone should provide extra incentive for the returning Game, who last January tore his right quad while he and Michaels battled Orton and Edge at New Year’s Revolution.

    “Personally, I think he should stop off at SmackDown first,” Flores said. “That way, he can kick the crap out of Edge, then go back to Raw and get some revenge against Orton. That ought to be his first priority; let ’em all know that you can’t get away with hurting the Cerebral Assassin or his friends.”

    Back in March, Triple H informed WWE.com that his rehabilitation had been progressing so well that he hoped a SummerSlam return was feasible. Judging from the video shown on Raw Monday night, the Biggest Party of the Summer might become the homecoming site for one of WWE’s greatest Superstars.

    “I think Triple H will go after The Champ [Cena],” said Waxahachie-based WWE fan Rod Williams, “but I also want to see him go after some of Raw’s new guys, like Snitsky or Kennedy. Definitely Kennedy; somebody needs to shut that guy up, big-time.”

    Good point. So good, in fact, that WWE.com asks Williams how he thinks The Game might fare against Bobby Lashley. “Wow, that would be good,” the teen replied enthusiastically. “Lashley’s one of my favorites, and I hope he’s right about what he said tonight—that he won’t be an uncrowned champion much longer. If Lashley can beat Cena at The Great American Bash, putting him in the ring against Triple H would make a great WWE Title Match…maybe one of the best.”

    For now, inside sources either can’t or won’t confirm exactly when Triple H will make his return. However, as the sold-out American Airlines Center crowd demonstrated on Raw Monday night, one thing is certain: Once it is time again to play The Game, our fans are going to enjoy every moment of it.


    03-07-2007 om 12:41 geschreven door jefken  

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    RAW results 02 juli
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    • Randy Orton def. Jeff Hardy (Beat the Clock Match)
    • Melina def. Maria
    • Umaga def. Intercontinental Champion Santino Marella (new champion)
    • King Booker def. Val Venis (Beat the Clock Match)
    • Super Crazy def. Mr. Kennedy (Beat the Clock Match)
    • Carlito def. Sandman (DQ)
    • Bobby Lashley def. Shelton Benjamin (Beat the Clock Match)



      Results:A matter of time

      By Andrew Rote
      July 2, 2007

      DALLAS – It was time for the Raw Superstars to Beat the Clock at the American Airlines Center, with the man who won his match in the fastest time earning a WWE Championship Match against John Cena at The Great American Bash. Randy Orton, King Booker and Mr. Kennedy tried, but ultimately it was Bobby Lashley who won the challenge. Time is now ticking for Cena, who must face a hungry Lashley on July 22 in San Jose, Calif.

      In other title action, the Intercontinental Championship returned to the bulging waist of Umaga when he quenched his hunger for revenge, a hunger that had been brewing since losing the gold to Santino Marella. The Samoan Bulldozer lived up to his nickname once again when he turned an anticipated championship bout into a brief formality, capped off with a Samoan Spike.

      Women’s Champion Candice watched as Melina defeated Maria, but the big action took place after the match was over. Melina backed Candice up to the wall, but the Women’s Champion got in the last move, knocking the bitter former champion to the mat. In other action, Sandman took Carlito to the extreme, proudly being disqualified for using his Singapore cane against Raw’s self-proclaimed coolest Superstar.

      Also, Randy Orton went out of his way to introduce himself to Cody Rhodes, son of WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes. After Randy told Cody he could be just like Orton in surpassing the talent of previous generations, Cody warned the Legend Killer to stay away from his father, to which Orton responded by slapping the “American Dream” before walking away. Later on, Dusty announced to Orton, “I want you to meet me in that ring next week,” leaving our fans to wonder and imagine what the Hall of Famer has in store for the cocky Legend Killer.


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