NoDQ.com > WWE > ECW Star Takes Over WWE Developmental System Posted by Steve Carrier on 09/02/2007 at 02:25 PM
Since the departure of Mike Buscci and World Wrestling Entertainment, Tommy Dreamer has been approached to help fill his position since Bucci was the one who originally replaced Dreamer.
The plan is to have Tommy Dreamer help in the interim while the company finds someone new to fill that position full-time. Val Venis and Ty Bailey are two candidates that they had in mind. Bailey is an office executive who works under John Laurinaitis while Venis, a long tenured performer in the company on the RAW brand, has been long expected to eventually slide into an office position.
NoDQ.com > WWE > WWE superstar's career may be finished Posted by Bobby Spade on 09/02/2007 at 01:31 PM
One of the most tenured performers on the WWE roster, Hardcore Holly, may be done as an active professional wrestler. Holly, who was slated to return to the Smackdown brand, is having continued issues with his arm stemming from his most recent surgery. The word going around at TV is that his condition worsened after the surgery and he's having problems with feeling in the arm. The blame was being put on the doctors. Holly has been with the company since 1995 when he debuted as Thurmann "Sparky" Plugg, the racecar driver.
Finaly def. Kane United States Champion MVP and Matt Hardy def. Deuce & Domino to become WWE Tag Team Champions Rey Mysterio def. Batista (Disqualification) Masterlock Challenge - Chris Masters vs. Chuch Palumbo (No Contest) Rey Mysterio def. Finlay to become No. 1 contender to World Heavyweight Championship
Results: Conquests and champions By Lennie DiFino August 31, 2007ALBANY, N.Y. – Rey Mysterio’s return to Friday Night SmackDown saw the high-flying Superstar take part in the Championship Competition to name the No. 1 contender to the World Heavyweight Championship held by The Great Khali. Also participating were Finlay, Kane and Rey’s longtime friend Batista. Finlay defeated Kane in controversial fashion and then interrupted the match between The Animal and Mysterio, giving Rey the victory via disqualification. In the final match, The Irishman took on the Master of the 619, with Rey managing to come out on top to earn a championship match at Unforgiven. The Great Khali made his way to the ring, and the two SmackDown Superstars had the most lopsided stare down in the history of sports-entertainment. Read the whole story…
From bitter rivals in the ring to a formidable tag team, United States Champion MVP and Matt Hardy took on the WWE Tag Team Champions Deuce & Domino. The champions attacked both MVP and Matt last week during the One-on-One Basketball Challenge, and the U.S. Champion and Hardy looked for retribution. While the young North Carolinian fought his hardest, MVP concentrated on Deuce’s girl Cherry outside the ring. When Hardy tagged in his partner in a highly unorthodox manner, the cocky MVP retaliated and then picked up the victory to crown new WWE Tag Team Champions. Read the full story…
Hoping to shake off the embarrassment of this past Monday night on Raw, Mr. McMahon was in Albany as the search for his illegitimate son continued. Jonathan Coachman paraded out a host of women he believed could be behind the paternity suit, and the Chairman was taken down memory lane once again. The women spoke of their experiences with Mr. McMahon and our fans saw the Chairman in an opposite light from the picture painted on Monday by Triple H. Mr. McMahon then had stern warnings for the rest of the McMahon family –words of warning that will play out Monday on Raw when Linda, Stephanie and Shane return to WWE – with their lawyers.
Warnings should be issued every time Mark Henry enters an arena and the self-proclaimed silverback once again proved that case. Henry made his colossal presence felt as Eugene interacted with our fans in Albany, demolishing the happy-go-lucky Superstar. After the destruction that has become accustomed to any Superstar in Henry’s path, another video played that showcased the return of Undertaker. Has the confidence of the World’s Strongest Man placed him directly in the path of The Phenom?
One Superstar who has returned to SmackDown with a new fire is Chuck Palumbo. The revved-up Superstar took the Masterlock Challenge issued by Chris Masters, but Masters attacked Palumbo before the challenge could happen. Palumbo managed to fight off Masters, and the two exchanged glares and words as the Masterpiece exited the arena.
Hoping to offer his own challenge to a championship is cruiserweight Jamie Noble. The No. 1 contender to Hornswoggle’s Cruiserweight Championship told Shannon Moore that he will challenge SmackDown’s leprechaun when he is ready. After humiliation in his first few encounters with Hornswoggle, Noble may want to rethink his strategy before he ends up on the short end of another Hornswoggle embarrassment.
August 31st, 2007 13:43 OFFICIAL TNA IMPACT RESULTS FOR AUGUST 20, 2007 By Mike Kerrigan
The show begins with Crystal walking with Team Pacman. She asks the team why they attacked Eric Young and then spray painted him. Pacman says that he gave Eric what he wanted; a free autograph. “There may even be another charity autograph tonight.”
In the Angles’ locker-room, Jeremy Borash is with Kurt and Karen. Kurt says that none of the four competitors that are in the match tonight deserve to be his partner and most of them hate him. Karen tells him not to worry and that she’ll handle everything and walks off. Kurt says that he’s worried that she’ll try and talk to Joe.
Team 3D vs. the Motor City Machine Guns is next, but before the match could start, Scott Steiner came out and tried to get in the ring with Team 3D. Ray and Devon quickly attacked Scott – even slamming a chair on his recently injured throat. Team 3D then powerbombed him through a table.
Shelley and Sabin were still in the ring and said that they wanted a match so they could help boost the ratings. VKM answered the call. At first, it seemed like the Machine Guns were going to win, but VKM quickly used the size and strength to their advantage. Kip gave Sabin a cobra clutch slam and BG covered him for the pin. VKM asked if there were any other “worthy” teams. Triple X, LAX, and Eric Young & Sharkboy all showed up. All four teams battled it out as cameras went to the back.
Karen Angle went into Samoa Joe’s locker-room and was quickly told by Joe to leave before he does something he’ll regret. Karen persistently told Joe to work together with Kurt. Joe said that he will be Angle’s partner after tonight and that he wants Karen to be there when he breaks Kurt apart.
Karen then tried to convince Christian Cage that if he worked together with Kurt, he could get a title shot. Cage didn’t buy it and told AJ that he’s going to help Cage win tonight. As Cage and Tomko leave, AJ asks Karen if the offer is for him as well. Karen tells AJ to “just win” and kisses him goodbye. AJ smiled and told JB “She wants me…just don’t tell Kurt.”
James Storm is still on a mission to find Rhino. This week in his “Pub Crawl”, he says that last week’s bars were way too high class for Rhino. Storm then enters another bar and threatens everyone to tell him if Rhino was here or he’ll kick everyone’s ass. Well, the bar patrons didn’t take too kindly to Storm’s words and all started walking toward him with pool sticks in hand. Strom eventually found out that Rhino was indeed there and tells one guy to call him if Rhino is there again.
The Main Event is up next with Christian Cage vs. AJ Styles vs. Samoa Joe vs. Sting, to determine who the co-tag team champion with Kurt Angle will be. Before the match begins, Karen tries to tell Sting that he and Kurt could change the world for the kids for the better as champions. Sting tells her “If you’re so worried about the kids, you’d change that dress.” In the beginning of the match, AJ and Cage attacked as a unit, but soon after the two began fighting to become the winner. The end of the match saw Cage and Joe fight to the back of the arena, leaving AJ and Sting in the ring. While the ref was distracted Tomko came out and kicked Sting in the head, but AJ could only get a 2 count. Then somehow, Sting was able to get AJ in the Scorpion Death Lock and become one half of the tag team champions.
After the match, Kurt Angle reluctantly gave Sting is newly won title. Kurt extended his hand in congratulations and Sting obliges. Sting then celebrated around the ring until Team Pacman came down. Truth attacked Sting, as Pac “autographed” Sting’s back. Kurt came to the aid of Sting and Team Pacman ran up the ramp as iMPACT! came to a close.
Kevin Thorn def. Stevie Richards Elijah Burke def. Balls Mahoney CM Punk def. Boogeyman, The Miz and Big Daddy V (Fatal Four Way)
Results: Storming the palace By Andrew Rote August 28, 2007ALBANY, N.Y. – ECW Champion John Morrison couldn’t seem to get much higher after beating CM Punk in their third straight match for the gold at SummerSlam. The self-proclaimed shaman of sexy even kicked off ECW on Sci Fi with a bold challenge. Just two days after defending his title at the Biggest Party of the Summer, Morrison offered a championship match to the winner of a Fatal Four Way bout between Punk, The Miz, Big Daddy V and Boogeyman.
CM Punk was seething after his loss to Morrison at SummerSlam, and vowed to get another opportunity at the ECW Championship. After a hard-fought battle against his three opponents, CM Punk pinned The Miz, and gained another coveted chance at the gold. (WATCH) Read more on this story…
Someone whose luck changed for the worse this week was Balls Mahoney. One week after defeating Elijah Burke, the Chair Swinging Freak fell to the Experience. To be fair to the ECW Original, his mind may not have been on in-ring action. His eyes locked with Kelly Kelly’s once more just moments before Burke got him with the three-count. Mahoney walked out to his match to chants of “loser,” courtesy of Brooke and Layla, but Kelly wishing him good luck quickly overshadowed the insults. (WATCH)
In other ECW on Sci Fi action, Kevin Thorn emerged victorious against nemesis Stevie Richards. For more than a month, Richards has tormented Thorn, earning upset victory after upset victory. Thorn may very well be back to his winning ways, but has the last chapter been written in these Superstars’ heated rivalry?
Don’t miss what develops on the next ECW on Sci Fi on Tuesday at 10/9 CT.
Cody Rhodes and London & Kendrick def. Daivari and Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas
Results:Umaga: All the rage By Greg Adkins August 27, 2007
BOSTON - After being dealt a loss at SummerSlam during his Triple Threat Match against Carlito and defending champion Umaga for the Intercontinental Championship, Mr. Kennedy was looking to take his frustration out on his Monday Night Raw opponent, Jeff Hardy. But the rainbow-haired warrior had other ideas.
In a battle of brute force versus high-flying aerial assaults, the two men went back and forth, heaving each other from the ring before an exhausted Mr. Kennedy rolled onto Hardy for the pin. Suddenly, though, ominous drumbeats filled TD Banknorth Garden to announce the arrival of the Samoan Bulldozer.
Umaga trudged to the ring and showed why he’s as unpredictable as he is intimidating. While Kennedy slithered from the squared circle, Umaga unexpectedly helped Hardy to his feet before not-so-suddenly knocking him senseless with a kick to the jaw. An instant later the high-flyer would be struck in the throat with a Samoan Spike that left him splayed on the mat and Umaga celebrating his own brutality.
In other Raw clashes, Beth Phoenix continues to offer Women’s Champion Candice Michelle a preview of what might come in their eventual encounter.
In a bout with Maria, the Glamazon didn’t even wait for the bell to start the match before slapping her fellow Diva around. And despite protests from the referee, the No. 1 contender for the Women’s Championship hoisted Maria over her head and paraded around the ring before slamming her to the mat. Smiling at her handy work, Phoenix finally took her leave, with Maria’s crumpled body lying in her wake.
In tag team action, upstart Cody Rhodes joined with Paul London & Brian Kendrick to challenge Daivari and the Self-Proclaimed World’s Greatest Tag Team of Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas. London & Kendrick subdued Benjamin & Haas with their aerial wizardry, allowing Rhodes to get the pin on Daivari.
After the match, an enraged Daivari railed against the crowd in Farsi before Cryme Tyme made the scene to shut him down.
“No one understands that ying-yang,” Shad told Daivari before the pair ripped the Arab-American’s headpiece off for one of their now infamous auctions.
After pocketing $5, Cryme Tyme were confronted by World Tag Team Champions Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch. As the redneck ruffians entered the ring and challenged Cryme Tyme, the wily Brooklyn duo instead made off with Cade’s cowboy hat and bolted for the audience. But rather than auctioning off the cap, they offered it up to the capacity crowd for free.
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