* Chuck Palumbo def. Ace Steele * Jamie Noble def. Jimmy Wang Yang * WWE Tag Team Champions Matt Hardy & U.S. Champion MVP def. Deuce & Domino * Kane def. Kenny Dykstra * Jesse & Festus def. Mike Tolar & Chad Collyer * Rey Mysterio def. The Great Khali (Disqualification)
Results:Locked in By Louie Dee October 5, 2007
DAYTON, Ohio – Motorcycle enthusiast Chuck Palumbo is usually the one building a masterpiece in his garage; on Friday Night SmackDown, however, “The Masterpiece” took apart the powerful Californian.
Moments after Palumbo stayed undefeated with an impressive Full Throttle win over Ace Steele, Chris Masters came from out of nowhere and blindsided Chuck. The extra-powerful “Masterpiece” then applied his dreaded Master Lock, a hold that has only ever been broken once. Palumbo tried to fight his way out of Masters’ strong grip, but just like 99.9 percent of Masters’ other victims, he eventually found himself down and out on the mat, thanks to “The Masterpiece’s” punishing full nelson. Once the damage was done, Masters repeatedly yelled, “you shouldn’t have messed with me Chuck, because that’s what happens!”
It was the first time since his arrival on SmackDown that Palumbo has found himself in this position, and there’s no telling what will happen if and when these two powerhouses from southern California next hook up inside the ring. Watch “The Masterpiece” attack Palumbo…
After weeks of introductions to our fans, Jesse & Festus finally made their long-awaited SmackDown in-ring debut in Dayton. Just as Jesse promised, Festus was all business inside the squared circle; the seemingly placid and harmless country boy went from bumpkin to wrecking ball once the bell rang, finishing off the team Mike Tolar & Chad Collyer by nailing Collyer with an impressive looking drop-slam. Once the bell rang again, though, Festus returned to his seemingly hypnotic state as Jesse praised his efforts. Watch Jesse & Festus’ victorious debut…
A Noble roll
Jamie Noble also continued his winning ways, defeating Jimmy Wang Yang in an exciting cruiserweight battle. Both men battled back and forth, but Noble was able to catch the high-flying redneck in his signature gutbuster for the pinfall. Noble is now 2-for-2 since Acting SmackDown General Manager Vickie Guerrero made Hornswoggle abdicate the Cruiserweight Championship two weeks ago, and his latest victory may put him in the driver’s seat on the road to crowning a new champion.
Big Red Beatdown
Kane was also on the winning track this week, dominating the self-proclaimed “Future Hall of Famer” Kenny Dykstra. Even the presence of his girlfriend, Victoria, outside the ring couldn’t help poor Dykstra, whose recent hard luck continued when he succumbed to a vicious chokeslam.
Moments after the match ended, our fans saw Vickie Guerrero make a blockbuster tag team match for next week, pitting MVP & Matt Hardy against Kane & Undertaker. See what Undertaker & Kane had to say in a WWE Mobile on AT&T Exclusive…
Long road to recovery
Our fans finally heard some good news on the condition of General Manager Theodore Long this week. While talking to the mystery woman who attacked Torrie Wilson last week, Acting GM Vickie Guerrero revealed that Long is finally out of his coma. However, he’s still in no condition to return to work, so Vickie will remain in charge of SmackDown for the foreseeable future. Surely, however, Vickie joins our fans and everyone in WWE in sending their best wishes to Long for a quick and full recovery.
David vs. Goliath
Just 48 hours before he faces Finlay at No Mercy, Rey Mysterio faced the biggest challenge of his career – literally – by taking on The Great Khali in SmackDown’s main event. The overmatched Mysterio – who gave up 21 inches and over 250 pounds to the Punjabi giant – gave it his all against Khali, and looked to be in the driver’s seat until Finlay interfered, causing a disqualification. Finlay & Khali’s 2-on-1 attack was cut short however, as the giant’s No Mercy opponent, Batista, ran to the ring to help Mysterio. The Animal said earlier in the night that he couldn’t wait for the Punjabi Prison Match, and may have helped himself gain the upper hand by nailing Khali with a chair. Read the full story…
The Captain makes it happen
Matt Hardy & MVP may not be able to get along too well, but they’ve been impressive as WWE Tag Team Champions. The two continued bickering after MVP cheated to defeat Matt in a push-up contest, but somehow, SmackDown’s “Odd Couple” held it together to once again retain the gold by defeating Deuce & Domino. Of course, it wasn’t without a signature shortcut from MVP, whose low blow on Domino allowed Hardy to nail the Twist of Fate for the win. Next week, these two will have to step up their game even more, as when MVP tried to get Hardy vs. Undertaker made, he instead got his team a match next week against The Phenom and his brother, Kane. Read the full story…
News And Video From TNA's Two-Hour "iMPACT!" Premiere News October 4th, 2007 23:03 NEWS AND VIDEO FROM THURSDAY’S “IMPACT!” BROADCAST ON SPIKE TV By Bill Banks
There are several news items to report from Thursday’s two-hour premiere on SpikeTV:
- On the two-hour premiere, Kurt Angle enraged Sting when the Olympic gold medalist attended a football game in California that the icon’s son was playing in! According to Angle, he was playing mind games with Sting in preparation for their World Title Match at Bound For Glory. Angle tormented Sting all night and finally confronted his son at the end of the game – leading to a physical altercation between Angle and Sting’s son. With Sting watching on in horror, Angle knocked the camera down so the world couldn’t see what happened!
- Team 3D was once again on the warpath on Thursday night, as they attempted to injure “The Guru” Sonjay Dutt’s neck like they did to Scott Steiner and Shark Boy. Team 3D said that if their bout that night against Team Pacman wasn’t made a title match, the brutality would continue. Team 3D got their wish, but they were disqualified against Team Pacman when the Voodoo Kin Mafia interfered. Following the bout, the Steiner Brothers made their way out to confront Team 3D.
- During a backstage interview with Raven, the maniacal star put out a challenge for Abyss and Rhino to face him at Bound For Glory. In turn, Abyss came in and had a challenge of his own – Monster’s Ball at Bound For Glory with Abyss vs. Raven vs. Black Reign vs. Rhino!
- A sitdown interview aired with Robert Roode and Ms. Brooks where Roode discussed the ongoing situation involving Brooks and Kaz. Following the interview, TNA Knockout Leticia Cline appeared and got into it with Crystal Louthan, whom Leticia claimed was trying to steal her spotlight in TNA.
- In a bout to preview the upcoming Gauntlet Match at Bound For Glory to crown the first TNA Women’s Champion, Gail Kim defeated Jackie Moore. After the bout, Christy Hemme and Roxxi Laveaux got involved and tried to join Jackie in a beat down of Gail!
- In a Gauntlet match to preview the “Fight For The Right” match at Bound For Glory, Eric Young was victorious after beating “Cowboy” James Storm for the win.
- In the main event of the night, the team of Samoa Joe, The Latin American Xchange and Junior Fatu defeated Christian Cage, AJ Styles and Triple X when Joe beat Senshi with the Muscle Buster!
CM Punk def. Mike Knox Tommy Dreamer def. Elijah Burke (Elimination Chase) Big Daddy V def. Tommy Dreamer (Elimination Chase)
Results: Big results By Andrew Rote October 2, 2007DAYTON, Ohio – First, it seemed Tommy Dreamer had locked away the opportunity after beating Elijah Burke in the Elimination Chase to No Mercy. But after General Manager Armando Estrada worked his magic and added an unexpected round to the competition, Big Daddy V emerged as the challenger to the Straightedge Superstar’s gold. (WATCH) More on this story…
Earlier in the night, CM Punk announced that while he was concerned with Burke and Dreamer’s contest to face him, he had a very big problem to deal with in Big Daddy V. He sent the behemoth a message, admitting he and Striker had gotten the champion’s attention, and then went on to defeat Mike Knox. By the end of the evening, that big problem became a big reality. More…
Speaking of titles, Mr. McMahon announced Tuesday night that the WWE Championship is now vacant. History will be made at No Mercy, however, as the situation is rectified. (WATCH)
Also on ECW on Sci Fi, Balls Mahoney finally got the answer he’s been waiting for. He just might not have liked it. After two weeks of being pulled away from the ECW Original, Kelly Kelly told Balls she would go out with him. Unfortunately, The Miz quickly came to her side and, despite Mahoney physically getting the better of The Miz, the self-proclaimed chick magnet revealed his ability to terminate Kelly from ECW. (WATCH) More on this story…
Don’t miss how ECW Champion CM Punk resolves his big problem at No Mercy on Sunday at 8/7 CT only on pay-per-view, and find out what else ensues in the world of extreme things on ECW on Sci Fi, Tuesday at 10/9 CT.
NoDQ.com > WWE > Huge update on HBK's future with WWE Posted by Bobby Spade on 10/02/2007 at 02:58 PM
According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Shawn Michaels has been telling Triple H that he is on the fence about returning and really doesn't know how much wrestling he wants to do. He said his family is his top priority, his knees are in bad shape, and is devoting more of his time to religion, which is his passion right now.
Triple H has been trying to convince Michaels to return to television, even though he isn't ready to wrestle, due to a lack of depth on the roster. HBK hasn't opted for it.
It appears a key issue in the possible return of Shawn Michaels to WWE will be if he can secure a reduced travel schedule.
Cena injured on Monday Night Raw Written: October 2, 2007CLEVELAND – “No matter how serious the injury, one way or another I’ll be ready to compete on Sunday.” – John Cena in the locker room after Raw
During his match with Mr. Kennedy Monday night at Raw, WWE Champion John Cena was injured. As Randy Orton attacked Cena after the match, Jim Ross commented on The Champ's condition.
"It looked like Cena was injured earlier –- his shoulder – against Mr. Kennedy," Ross said on the air.
If Cena was hurt, the injury was undoubtedly worsened by Orton’s brutal attack, which included two RKOs and an assault with steel ring steps.
The extent of The Champ’s injury is unknown. As a precaution, Cena headed to Birmingham, Ala., Monday night to be evaluated by Dr. James Andrews.
Stay with WWE.com for further updates on Cena’s condition as they become available.
NoDQ.com > WWE > Breaking: John Cena with possible serious injury Posted by Bobby Spade on 10/02/2007 at 12:54 AM
The following is from PWInsider.com:
Details are still sketchy but the word coming from backstage at the Raw taping is that WWE champion John Cena is believed to have suffered a torn right pectoral muscle during his main event match against Ken Kennedy. He is tentatively scheduled to undergo a MRI tomorrow to examine the severity of the injury. I don't have to tell anyone reading this what a major blow this would be to the entire company if Cena needs to be out for any extended period of time.
The injury appeared to happen during a botched hiptoss on Kennedy that ended awkwardly with Kennedy landing atop Cena. Cena then nailed an armdrag. The two ended up in the corner, which led to a clean break. Cena backed up to the opposite corner and was obviously favoring his arm immediately. Cena gutted through the match and post-bout angle with Randy Orton, where he was laid out following a RKO on the announcer's table.
Cena is scheduled to main event the No Mercy PPV this Sunday in Chicago, Illinois against Orton in a Last Man Standing Man.
Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy and Paul London & Brian Kendrick def. Shelton Benjamin and World Tag Team Champions Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch Hardcore Holly def. Cody Rhodes Mickie James def. Melina Mr. McMahon def. Triple H (disqualification) John Cena def. Mr. Kennedy
Results: No Mercy for Phoenix By Greg Adkins October 1, 2007CLEVELAND – Women’s Champion Candice Michelle continues to ruffle the feathers of rival Beth Phoenix. When it was announced that the two Divas will once again face off for the title at No Mercy, the Glamazon came to the ring to educate our fans.
“Being a Glamazon means I’m just as beautiful as I am dangerous,” Phoenix told the audience.
As if to prove it, she bullied announcer Lilian Garcia into the ring where Garcia pronounced her the new Women’s Champion even before the title match had taken place. Garcia, who has a new album coming out next Tuesday, was understandably reluctant.
That reticence didn’t go over quite so well with the Glamazon, who questioned how effective Garcia would be promoting her new album with a “crushed throat.”
Just as Phoenix constricted her python grip around Garcia’s delicate neck, Candice Michelle stormed the ring and ripped the Glamazon away. The Candy-coated Diva then delivered a severe clothesline that sent Phoenix out of the ring. The incident left little doubt that the fur will continue to fly between these two, especially this Sunday at No Mercy.
In other developments on Raw:
Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy and tag partners Paul London & Brian Kendrick were pitted against Shelton Benjamin and World Tag Team Champions Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch. As expected, the team of Hardy and London & Kendrick took to the skies early, flying outside of the ring and swooping onto their opponents like pterodactyls.
To end the match, Hardy dropped a Swanton Bomb on Cade and pinned him for the three-count.
Cody Rhodes seems determined to earn the respect of extreme machine Hardcore Holly. For the second Monday night in a row, the son of a son of a plumber challenged the six-time Hardcore Champion. And for the second Monday night in a row, Rhodes showed heaps of heart, only to be defeated by the veteran.
After overcoming her humiliating shower scene with Hornswoggle, Melina came out this week to battle fellow Diva Mickie James. The two former Women’s Champions each dodged several near-pins when it seemed that Melina was finally set to score the victory. Just before she could, however, the lusty leprechaun popped up from under the ring and distracted Melina long enough to hand Mickie James the victory. The infuriated Diva chased the little guy under the ring only to be humiliated once again when he emerged clutching her form-fitting outfit and leaving her naked under the squared circle. (WATCH)
In his match against Triple H, Mr. McMahon made certain the deck was stacked squarely in his favor. Before the bout began, the Chairman designated Carlito referee. And if that wasn’t bad enough, Mr. McMahon arranged for a surprise visit from a vengeful Umaga. Story ... | WATCH
RK-Oh no he didn’t!
In their first ever matchup, WWE Champion John Cena entered the ring to battle the athleticism and arrogance of Mr. Kennedy. The loudmouth from Green Bay, Wisc., showed he’s got the chops to back up his boasts, but Cena eventually felt the need to shut his opponent’s pie hole once and for all with a STFU. But if Cena was looking ahead to Sunday’s No Mercy match, Randy Orton was determined to blur his vision. Story... | WATCH
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