The Major Brothers def. Deuce & Domino, Jesse & Festus, Drew McIntyre & William Regal and Jimmy Wang Yang & Shannon Moore (10-Man Battle Royal) Victoria def. Michelle McCool Finlay def. Rey Mysterio ECW Champion CM Punk vs. Jamie Noble (No Contest) WWE Tag Team Champions Matt Hardy & United States Champion MVP def. The Major Brothers Undertaker def. The Great Khali (No Holds Barred Match)
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – As the partnership between Acting SmackDownGeneral Manager Vickie Guerrero and ECW’s GM Armando Estrada continues, Friday night saw ECW’s brightest star shine when its champion, CM Punk, visited SmackDown. As Punk traded greetings with Guerrero, they were interrupted by Jamie Noble. The cruiserweight offered a gift to Vickie, and the Straightedge Superstar took the opportunity to have some fun at Noble’s expense.
However, the ECW Champion’s humor was not well received by Noble, who exclaimed he could defeat Punk in the ring. SmackDown’s GM agreed that a match between Punk and Noble would be a delight to our fans, and the two made their way to the ring to compete. Noble held his own against the top of the ECW chain, until John Morrison and The Miz interfered, leading to a no contest.
Morrison and Miz are both hoping to become the next ECW Champion at Survivor Series, and each was hoping to make a strong statement by attacking CM Punk. The champion would not go down without a fight, though, and he found a way to incapacitate both the self-proclaimed Shaman of Sexy and The Miz. Noble, seeing an opening, delivered a devastating gut-buster to Punk, leaving the ECW Champion in the center of the ring.
Love-hate relationships Michelle McCool and her friend Chuck Palumbo were chatting with Torrie Wilson in the locker room when Victoria and Kenny Dykstra showed up and insulted the duo, insinuating there was more than friendship between Michelle and Palumbo. McCool headed to the ring seeking a measure of revenge on Victoria for the comments, but she was unsuccessful as the dangerous Diva picked up the win. The hotly contested rivalry between Victoria and Michelle McCool has run rampant in the women’s division, with each able to claim a victory over the other. Will the two Divas continue to bring their battles to the ring –and will their confrontations continue to rev-up Palumbo and Dykstra?
A warning from The Animal The World Heavyweight Champion Batista came to Bakersfield Friday night with a stern message for Mark Henry. Watch the WWE.com exclusive video of the champion’s comments regarding the World’s Strongest Man and his involvement in The Animal’s beatdown during last week’s Tag Team Match.
Battle to the tag titles The Major Brothers made the most of a 10-Man Battle Royal on SmackDown, defeating four other teams en route to earning the No. 1 contender position, plus an opportunity at the WWE Tag Team Championship held by Matt Hardy & MVP. In their first taste of golden dreams, Brett & Brian hoped to take advantage of the building tension between the Ballin’ Superstar and Hardy. MVP had ideas of his own, however, and the Franchise Playa made certain he and Matt held on to their shared bling. Read the full story…
Celtic carnage The intense rivalry between Finlay and Rey Mysterio saw another chapter written on Friday night when the two men squared off in a one-on-one contest. The high-flying Rey has had success in the ring recently against the Irishman, but on this night the Master of the 619 was grounded by the original smashmouth style of Finlay. After the win, the physically brutal Irishman refused to stop, punishing Rey with a vicious attack. Read the full story…
No holds barred or broken When the two behemoth forces, Undertaker and The Great Khali, clashed in a No Holds Barred Match, our fans witnessed to two of WWE’s largest Superstars going head-to-head in one of sports-entertainment’s most vicious contests. The Phenom and the Punjabi giant both looked to destroy each other in the match, but just as it appeared Khali literally had the upper hand, Undertaker unveiled a devastating maneuver that brought the towering colossus down and sealed the victory. Read the full story…
NEWS FROM THURSDAY’S “iMPACT!” BROADCAST ON SPIKE TV The final countdown to Sunday’s “Genesis” Pay-Per-View event By Bill Banks
There are several major news items to report from Thursday’s “iMPACT!” broadcast on SpikeTV as TNA Wrestling prepares for Sunday’s “Genesis” Pay-Per-View event!
- Who is Sting’s tag team partner for the huge tag team main event this Sunday night? It’s not Scott Hall, who told his former tag team partner Kevin Nash on Thursday night that he wasn’t Sting’s choice. Nash and Kurt Angle were sure it was Hall, but Nash learned the truth after an in-ring reunion between the two controversial stars. Now, the mystery deepens as to who will team with Sting this Sunday night.
- Speaking of controversy, the Christian Cage vs. Kaz “Fight For The Right” tournament final was thrown out by Matt Morgan after interference by Tomko and AJ Styles, not to mention the fact that Cage used a ladder in the match. Morgran (perhaps speaking on authority from TNA management director Jim Cornette) announced that the tournament final rematch will take place this Sunday on Pay-Per-View as it will be Cage vs. Kaz in a Ladder Match!
- New matches have been added to Sunday’s Pay-Per-View event, with AJ Styles and Tomko defending the TNA World Tag Team Championship against The Steiner Brothers and “Black Machismo” Jay Lethal putting the X Division Championship on the line against “The Guru” Sonjay Dutt.
- Speaking of Styles/Tomko and The Steiner Brothers, AJ faced off against Scott Steiner in a takedown challenge on Thursday’s broadcast. However, both Tomko and Rick Steiner got involved, leading to a brawl between both teams before Sunday’s title match.
- Also on the broadcast, Team 3D defeated the team of Lethal and Abyss following interference by Abyss’ opponent this Sunday, Black Reign. Following the bout, Team 3D assaulted Jay Lethal by beating him with belts in their attempts to further humiliate the X Division, but the Motor City Machineguns came to Lethal’s rescue.
- In six-man action, it was Sting, Samoa Joe and Eric Young defeating the team of TNA World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle, “Cowboy” James Storm and Robert Roode!
NoDQ.com > WWE > Details on the release of Chris Masters Posted by Bobby Spade on 11/08/2007 at 07:48 PM
As noted earlier, Chris Masters was let go by WWE today. Regarding his suspension last week, a person in the known within WWE is absolutely certain that it wasn't his second strike; more like his fourth. He has definitely been suspended on two occasions. He was also sent to rehab in the summer of 2006 due to a problem with painkillers. The belief at the time was that he had been suspended, but that wasn't the case because he only had to serve a 30-day suspension when the Signature Pharmacy news hit as that was his first recorded offence. Also, Masters will have to come up with a new ring name now that he's no longer employed by WWE; the 'Chris Masters' name is not his real name as it is trademarked by WWE.
NoDQ.com > WWE > Chris Masters released from WWE Posted by Bobby Spade on 11/08/2007 at 12:59 PM
WWE announced today that they have released Chris Masters. Masters was currently serving a 60 day suspension for his second Wellness Test failure. Of course, they wish him the best in all his future endeavors.
* Kane def. Mark Kenry (Disqualification) * Jamie Noble def. Nunzio * Layla def. Kelly Kelly (Disqualification) * Elijah Burke def. Shannon Moore * ECW Champion CM Punk def. John Morrison
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – Monsters are still on the loose in the Land of the Extreme as ECW on Sci Fi kicked off with two of them when Mark Henry faced Kane. Kane, who will be standing across the ring from Big Daddy V at Survivor Series in a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match, along with Henry fittingly took part in last week’s Monster Mash Battle Royal, managing to outlast Big Daddy V and The Great Khali as the final two competitors. When the Big Red Machine attempted to attack Henry from the top rope, the self-proclaimed Silverback caught him and virtually tossed him from the ring to earn the victory. Henry didn’t necessarily get the better of Kane this time, though, as he was disqualified for bringing a chair into the squared circle. Still, he took pleasure in squashing the Big Red Machine onto the chair after the bell sounded.
Later Tuesday night, in a match created by The Miz to continue making Kelly Kelly's life a living hell, Layla dominated the blonde. Balls Mahoney rushed to his favorite Diva's side, aiding her just one day after Women’s Champion Beth Phoenix made easy work of her, as well. Mahoney and Kelly were left on the canvas while the “chick magnet” refused to enter the ring for a confrontation and instead left with his loyal Diva. (WATCH)
In other Tuesday night action, Jamie Noble came to the Land of the Extreme and left with a win. Nunzio proved to be short of having what it takes to defeat the SmackDown Superstar, who presented our fans with a video he made before the match. Noble has been forced to face giants in Undertaker and The Great Khali, thanks to SmackDown Acting General Manager Vickie Guerrero. His video, however, allowed the public to see what he can do when he faces someone his own size. His Superman-like depiction in his bout with Rey Mysterio proved what he is allegedly capable of.
Fresh off of his Ghost Hunters experience, Elijah Burke earned a convincing win against Shannon Moore. The victory marks the second consecutive time he has defeated a SmackDown cruiserweight on ECW turf.
The night ended with the ECW Championship securely in CM Punk’s possession, but the Straightedge Superstar has more to worry about than ever before. The Miz crashed the main event title match between Punk and John Morrison, distracting the Tuesday Night Delight and showing the champion he won’t be able to fend off challengers for his gold one at a time. Both the self-proclaimed “chick magnet” and the Shaman of Sexy won’t rest until Punk’s waist is bare again, and each of them is the man to do it. (WATCH) More on this story…
What else will develop in the Land of the Extreme on the Tuesday before Survivor Series? Find out on ECW on Sci Fi, Tuesday at 10/9 CT.
Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy & Rey Mysterio def. Mr. Kennedy & Finlay
Cody Rhodes def. Trevor Murdoch
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan & Super Crazy def. Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin
DX def. WWE Champion Randy Orton & Umaga
The events on this week’s Monday Night Raw left many WWE Superstars seeing stars – and not just because the show took place in Hollywood.
Tonight’s Raw was such a blockbuster that the Superstars of SmackDown made a rare appearance. The 17, 133 fans who packed into the sold out STAPLES Center witnessed an intense tag team match setting SmackDown’s Rey Mysterio & Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy against Finlay & Mr. Kennedy in a precursor to the Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match they will all be involved in on Nov. 18. Charging hard out of the gate, Mr. Kennedy brought the fight to Mysterio first. But once the bout began tilting back toward the high-flying duo, tension between Mr. Kennedy and Finlay began to mount. After a few anxious moments between the blond bruisers, the dangerous duo snapped back into the match.
But just when it seemed Mr. Kennedy & Finlay’s tenuous partnership had hit a stride, Mysterio elevated his game to new heights. The aerial amigo landed a 619 on Mr. Kennedy, kicking him back into the ring.
It wasn’t the place to be. As Mr. Kennedy lie on the mat, Hardy climbed the ropes and dropped a Swanton Bomb on the Green Bay, Wis., native to finish him off for the three-count.
If this intense match was a sample of what will happen at Survivor Series when the team of Triple H, Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, Rey Mysterio & Kane confronts the monstrous forces of Umaga, Mr. Kennedy, MVP, Finlay & Big Daddy V, then the 21st annual event promises to be an epic showdown.
In other Raw action:
In last week’s Divas Halloween Battle Royal, Kelly Kelly outlasted several of other beauties to emerge with the win. Unfortunately, her victory celebration was short-lived. The Glamazon, Beth Phoenix, entered the ring and pummeled her. The stunning – and gutsy – Kelly Kelly, seen Tuesdays on ECW on Sci-Fi, challenged Phoenix this Monday, and once again suffered a thrashing at the hands of the Women’s Champion, who won in under a minute.
Once again, the Caribbean Bad Apple proved lazy to the core. Rather than compete in his scheduled match against a local wrestler, Carlito informed our fans that he had arranged a replacement for himself in the form of Snitsky. After the yuck-mouthed ogre handily disposed of his opponent, Carlito congratulated the giant and went to raise his hand. But Snitsky wasn’t having it. He turned on the laid-back Superstar and doled out a swift kick to Carlito’s face, sending the chewed apple in his mouth flying all over the ring.
Is Mickie James distracting Trevor Murdoch from “gettin’ er done”? Ever since the stunning Diva told Murdoch how much she appreciated his chivalry during a match two weeks ago, the country boy has shown that his head may not necessarily be in the ring. Murdoch’s World Tag Team Championship partner, Lance Cade, watched as up-and-coming Cody Rhodes fought the Southern-fried grappler to take a hard-earned victory. While Murdoch continues to insist that James is not a distraction and that the two are “just friends,” Cade appears unconvinced … and perhaps with good reason.
The familiar chants of Ho!, Si! and U-S-A! rang throughout the STAPLES Center as tag partners Hacksaw Jim Duggan & Super Crazy tried to whip the crowd into a cross-continental frenzy. The duo faced off against the self-proclaimed World’s Greatest Tag Team of Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin. In a surprising twist, the high flyer from south of the border rolled up the athletic Benjamin for the three-count. When Haas went to charge Super Crazy, he thought better of it after running up against an imposing Duggan.
Back to the Future
It was only a matter of time. After weeks of taunting “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Santino Marella finally felt the bite of the Texas Rattlesnake. Marella’s comeuppance came after he once again carped on Austin’s performance in his movie The Condemned. Austin laid the Italian loudmouth out with a Stunner, but he wasn’t finished there. Story | WATCH
DX: Getting Their Kicks
The animosity was palpable as Umaga & WWE Champion Randy Orton rambled into the ring to face off against DX, Triple H & Shawn Michaels. Like two runaway tractor trailers barreling head-on toward one another, Umaga and Triple H collided with frightening force. Meanwhile, Michaels put on an aerial display against the Legend Killer. As the saying goes, always put your best foot forward. However, a dazed and confused Orton probably didn’t appreciate HBK’s effort. Story |WATCH
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