Montel Vontavious Porter def. Jimmy Wang Yang Mr. Kennedy def. United States Champion Shelton Benjamin (Non-title) The Brian Kendrick def. Stevie Richards The Great Khali def. Jeff Hardy Maria def. Victoria Big Show def. Domino
HERSHEY, Pa. – As a surprise special guest on “The Cutting Edge,” Hardcore Legend Mick Foley gave Edge a stern talking to about what he needed to do to win Hell in a Cell against Undertaker at SummerSlam. SummerSlam preview …
After recalling his own words from the past, describing Edge as the “greatest Superstar in WWE,” Foley warned that if the new Edge – the “white-tuxedo-wearing” and “luffa-sponge bathing Edge” – walks into Hell in a Cell, The Undertaker will tear him apart.
After Foley’s cutting words, the Rated-R Superstar claimed to understand the advice, but suddenly attacked the Hardcore Legend, leading to a melee culminating in Edge leaping from atop a ladder and smashing Foley through a table.
Karma After enduring a very personal attack from Montel Vontavious Porter last week on SmackDown, Jeff Hardy planted himself in a chair in front of the announce table to watch MVP take on Jimmy Wang Yang. After MVP took care of business against Yang with a kick to the temple, the Legend Thriller came into the ring to silence his antagonist with a hard-hitting Twist of Fate. (WATCH)
Keeping the champ in check In an exciting back-and-forth struggle for dominance, Mr. Kennedy battled United States Champion Shelton Benjamin in a non-title bout. After the champion weakened Kennedy with a brutal shoulder breaker into the ring post, the Gold Standard keyed-in on the injury with a series of targeted attacks. However, Kennedy was able to battle back and down the champion with a crushing Mic Check for the pinfall. When questioned by Eve after the match about his performance, the champion claimed he was suffering from an acute case of bronchitis.
Backbreaker punctuates win With Ezekiel looking on, the self-proclaimed most intelligent Superstar in WWE, The Brian Kendrick, dominated his opponent, Stevie Richards. But the win wasn’t enough to satisfy Kendrick’s associate. After the match, Ezekiel hoisted Richards onto his back and delivered a paralyzing backbreaker. (WATCH)
Crushing the Legend Thriller In perhaps one of Jeff Hardy’s most lopsided matches ever, the Legend Thriller was completely dominated by The Great Khali. Toward the end of the match, however, Hardy had a glimmer of hope when he was able to topple the Punjabi Giant with a Whisper in the Wind capped off with a Swanton Bomb. But just when things were looking good for Hardy, MVP approached the ring, forcing Hardy to divert his attention, kicking MVP back away from the ring and onto the floor. As Hardy and MVP tussled outside the ring, Khali forcibly ripped Hardy back into the ring by the head. Next, the 7-footer locked Hardy in his painful Khali Vise Grip, forcing the referee to call for the bell to stop the punishment. After the match, MVP came back into the ring to gloat over Hardy’s lifeless body.
Successful debut Coming to SmackDown from Raw courtesy of the 2008 Supplemental WWE Draft, Playboy cover girl Maria made her debut on Friday nights in a match against Victoria. Using a flying clothesline off the ropes, Maria drove Victoria to the canvas to get the pinfall. (WATCH)
An angry giant is a dangerous giant Domino should have thought twice before tossing his T-shirt into the face of Big Show. After the serious error in judgment, Domino paid a heavy price at the massive hands of The World’s Largest Athlete, who chokeslammed Domino for the easy victory. After the bell, Umaga stormed into the arena to confront Big Show. After sizing each other up as they moved around the ring, Big Show motioned for Umaga to come toward him, but the Samoan Bulldozer decided to save it for another day and backed out of the ring.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – When Saturday Night’s Main Event rolled into the nation’s capital, WWE’s very best was on display. Though the Biggest Blockbuster of the Summer is only weeks away, SummerSlam competitors put it all on the line while Jenny McCarthy stepped into the ring to fight autism with Generation Rescue. More on McCarthy's appearance
The Biggest Brawl of the Summer Though they’ll be facing one another at SummerSlam, John Cena and Batista were forced to compete on the same tag team at Saturday Night’s Main Event. The Chain Gang Commander and The Animal were joined by Cryme Tyme as they met the team of JBL, Kane & World Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase in a chaotic Eight-Man Tag Team Match. As World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk observed from ringside, the match devolved into an outright brawl that came to an end when JBL hit JTG with a Clothesline from Hell and pinned the Cryme Tyme member for the win.
Most Valuable Interference When Edge squared off against Jeff Hardy, there was a lot on the Rated-R Superstar’s mind, such as his rocky relationship with SmackDown General Manager Vickie Guerrero and his impending Hell in a Cell Match against a returning Undertaker at SummerSlam. And after his brutal attack on Mick Foley on SmackDown just 24 hours earlier, a reinvigorated Edge was ready to make a statement. Though there were several near falls throughout the match, neither Superstar could get a definitive upper-hand. But as Edge recuperated outside the ring from a missed spear, MVP emerged from the crowd and delivered a crushing kick to the head of Jeff Hardy. This was just the opening that the Ultimate Opportunist needed, as he rushed back into the ring and speared his opponent, gaining momentum for SummerSlam.
Behold the Destroyer At 7 feet 3 inches and 420 pounds, it’s no wonder that The Great Khali is one of the most destructive forces in WWE history. Though he will challenge WWE Champion Triple H for the title at SummerSlam, at Saturday Night’s Main Event, it was Jimmy Yang Wang who attempted to stand up to the Punjabi Giant’s assault. Yang’s aerial maneuvers had proven effective against larger opponents in the past, but Khali was too much for him, swatting the high-flyer to the ground, and then delivering a thunderous Khali Bomb, followed by an authoritative pin.
TNA iMPACT! RESULTS FOR JULY 31, 2008 By Charles Rice
With Hard Justice quickly bearing down on the stars of Total Nonstop Action (TNA), it was another eventful night in the iMPACT! Zone. To start the night off it was TNA’s newest tag team, Beer Money taking on the “Instant Classic” Christian Cage and Rhino in a number one contenders match for the TNA Tag Team titles. In a match that went back and forth, it appeared as if neither team had the upper hand. That was of course until Team 3D and their running buddy Johnny Devine interfered in the match, thus helping Beer Money pick up the win and become the new number one contenders for LAX’s tag team titles. Obviously this did not sit well with Cage or Rhino and they issued the challenge to Team 3D for a New Jersey Street Fight at Hard Justice.
Next up it was Curry Man, Shark Boy, and “Black Machismo” Jay Lethal, who was accompanied to the ring by So Cal Val, taking on Johnny Devine and The Rock N’ Rave Infection who were accompanied by Christy Hemme. In the end it was Lethal who picked up the win on Devine. This was because when Devine went to hit his patented Devine Intervention, Lethal reversed it and hit the Lethal Combination gaining the 1…2…3.
After the match, Lethal invited So Cal Val into the ring and was about to ask her to marry him again when he noticed that her wedding ring was missing. Obviously upset, he demanded to know where it was and when she claimed she had lost it he stormed off in anger. On his way out Lethal made it clear that he felt Val had never intended to marry him. One can only imagine that somewhere Sonjay Dutt was watching this with a smile plastered on his face. But will he be smiling after he and Jay have their Tuxedo Brawl and Chain match at Hard Justice?
In the back Jeremy Borash is talking with CMT interviewer Lance Smith when Super Eric comes and says that he, Shark Boy, and Curry Man are going to find Val’s missing wedding ring and save the day.
After a commercial break JB is in the back interviewing the TNA World Heavyweight Champion who is obviously upset about all that has transpired as of late. He said that he wanted Booker and that he should bring Sting too because he was going to take them both out.
After a video airs showing the history between Joe and Booker we see Kevin Nash in the back trying to calm Joe down. He tells him that he has his back but that Joe need’s to have a plan.
Back in the ring Booker is standing the in middle of the Six Sides of Steel filled with Weapons and invites Joe out to the ring. After Joe tells Booker he is going to beat him down if he comes in there, he finally goes in the ring as Nash comes down and blocks the door. From there, Joe proceeds to produce a weapon and starts whaling on Booker. Having seen enough, Sharmell comes running down to try and save her husband but it is to no avail. That is because Nash will not let her in the ring. He finally carries her off and this gives Booker just the opening he needed. With Joe’s back turned, a black bat is sent down into the ring and Booker uses it to lay Joe out.
When iMPACT! returns from a commercial break, AJ Styles is standing in the ring demanding to know what is going on with “The Icon” Sting. He said he has always believed in Sting but know he thinks he is a coward. With that the lights go out while Sting’s music plays. When the lights come back on Kurt Angle is standing in the ring and proceeds to Olympic Slam AJ three consecutive times.
In the back JB is in the “Beautiful People’s “ locker room where they are being confronted by Shark Boy and Curry Man about stealing Val’s ring. After telling off the two masked stars of TNA, they tell JB that they are going to beat Gail Kim and Taylor Wilde tonight. They then talk to each other about a certain “she” who will be ready but refuse to say who it is.
In a non title bought, TNA X-Division Champion, Petey Williams, lost to TNA new comer, Consequences Creed. This of course did not go unnoticed by TNA management Jim Cornette. At Hard Justice it will now be Creed taking on Williams for the X-Division Title.
In the back we see LAX now being confronted by Shark Boy and Curry Man about stealing the ring only to be told off by Homicide.
After another commercial break, AJ is in the back talking with Lauren and says that when Sting does come out of hiding he is going to be the first to find him. He then goes on to challenge Kurt Angle to a Last Man standing match live on Pay-Per-View at Hard Justice.
In the second part of Karen Angle’s interview with former TNA employee, Kaz, he talks about why he quit TNA. TNA would just like to take this moment to wish Kaz the best of luck in all his future endeavors. After her interview was over and Kaz had walked off, out came Tomko who proceeded to destroy the set of Karen’s Angle. He promised that each and every week he would make her life a living hell in Kurt’s honor.
Back in the ring, “The Blueprint” Matt Morgan is taking on a local wrestler. Morgan makes quick work of him but is not finished in the ring. Grabbing a microphone, he calls Tomko out and the two go at it. Even after being separated by referees, the two get back in each other’s faces. In the end it was Matt Morgan who laid out Tomko.
With the main event of the night upon us, it was Angelina Love and Velvet Sky taking on TNA Knockout Champion, Taylor Wilde and Gail Kim. After a smash mouth style of match that showed the two opposing teams disdain for each other, it was Kim and Wilde that picked up the win. The fun had just begun however. Out came former Knockout Champion, Awesome Kong. Her and “The Beautiful People” began to beat down Kim and Wilde, only to be saved by ODB and Roxxi coming out. As all this was going on, Traci Brooks appeared on the entrance ramp with a smile on her face as she looked on.
As iMPACT! was going off the air cameras caught Joe in the rafters looking for Sting. However, all he was able to find was a black crow perched on a beam.
Is this another mind game from Booker T? Or is it Sting leaving another message for Joe? Find out the answers to these questions and more next week on iMPACT! If you missed the broadcast tonight, make sure to tune into Spike TV Saturday night. Check your local listings for replay times.
Volgens verschillende berichten is Dustin Runnels (Black Reign) vertrokken bij TNA...creative zou niet weten wat gedaan met zijn character dus de samenwerking wordt beëindigd...zijn profile is trouwens al weggehaald van de TNA-website...
Ricky Ortiz def. Chavo Guerrero (disqualification) The Miz & John Morrison def. Finlay & Hornswoggle Matt Hardy def. Colin Delaney
HERSHEY, Pa. – Make no mistake, ECW Champion Mark Henry plans to hold on to the Extreme gold through SummerSlam and for a long time to come – a mission he made clear on Tuesday’s ECW on Sci Fi. The World’s Strongest Champion came face-to-face with his SummerSlam opponent and fellow ECW draftee, Matt Hardy, on ECW where Henry bent a steel bar to prove his strength and toughness.
But No. 1 contender Hardy wasn’t impressed by Henry’s act of strength, nor was he bothered by his ECW on Sci Fi opponent, Colin Delaney. The youngster faced Hardy in an attempt to impress Henry and WWE Hall of Famer Tony Atlas who merely looked on, without offering assistance. After Hardy defeated Delaney, Henry entered the ECW ring, took a long look at his SummerSlam opponent, then grabbed Delaney, and in another act of strength, pressed him over his head and tossed him over the top rope. (WATCH)
Will the World’s Strongest Champion continue to dominate in the Land of the Extreme? Or will Hardy’s positive momentum and unbreakable spirit continue through SummerSlam, helping him to prevail in his ECW Championship Match? Now that Henry has shown Delaney where he stands within their partnership, and Delaney again failed to impress the ECW Champion, who will the youngster turn to next for guidance?
Also on ECW, Sci Fi's highest-rated show, the undefeated Ricky Ortiz took on Chavo Guerrero, who was accompanied by his bodyguard, Bam Neely. The confident Ortiz, who is part of ECW General Manager Theodore Long’s New Superstar Initiative, entered the match with a 1-0 record, and continued his winning streak when Guerrero lost by disqualification because of Neely’s interference. After the match, Neely attacked Ortiz and held down his feet while Guerrero delivered a devastating frog splash to the newcomer. But Guerrero’s gloating didn’t last long, as Evan Bourne rushed the ECW ring to quickly attack the self-proclaimed “Mexican Warrior,” then escaped to have the last laugh. (WATCH)
Bourne’s been a thorn in Guerrero’s side for the last few weeks – will the high-flying newcomer continue to torment Guerrero? How will Guerrero use Neely to his advantage when it comes to warding off Bourne?
Also on Tuesday night, The Miz & John Morrison met Finlay & Hornswoggle in tag team action. The former WWE Tag Team Champions found a sweet victory in Chocolatetown, U.S.A., defeating the father and son duo. As Finlay tended to his son, Mike Knox stormed into the ring and attacked Finlay, laying him out alongside Hornswoggle. Minutes later, Knox told ECW Diva Lena Yada that Finlay has gone from being “the man who loves to fight to the man who loves to dance with leprechauns.” Knox said Finlay has gone soft, making him an easy target.
Will Knox come after Finlay again? How will Finlay & Hornswoggle prove they haven’t “gone soft” as Extreme Superstars?
Finally, there’s a new face in the Land of the Extreme. Following the shocking appointment of Mike Adamle to Raw General Manager by WWE Executive Vice President, Shane McMahon, five-year veteran of the WWE announce team, Todd Grisham, has joined ECW as the new play-by-play man on Tuesday nights.
Don’t forget to watch Saturday Night’s Main Event this Saturday at 9 p.m. ET on NBC, and help support the fight against autism with Jenny McCarthy and Generation Rescue now.
Dawn Marie Launching Campaign For Retired Stars Posted by Andy Steven on 07/30/2008 at 08:41 AM
The following was released by Dawn Marie:
Wrestlers Rescue’s mission is to create awareness and to help raise monies to support the health care needs of Retired Professional Wrestlers due to a career choice in wrestling.
Wrestlers rescue will be focusing on three stages of growth. · 1st stage is to create awareness of the need and to raise funds. · 2nd stage is to put in place a financial advisory for the active wrestling community to call on for advice on how to plan for their future. Including retirement, pension, college funds, family needs ect. · 3rd stage is to set in place a Health care program that can be bought into at a group rate so that the community can afford care for themselves and their families.
We are dedicated to improving the lives of the professional and their families. By educating the person on how to expand their opportunities and how to reach their full potential in life.
Details On Freddie Prinze Jr. Joining WWE Creative Posted by Andy Steven on 07/29/2008 at 06:41 PM
To follow up on the story regarding Hollywood star Freddie Prinze Jr. joining the WWE creative team, Vince and Stephanie McMahon are hoping that it will open more doors to Hollywood. WWE would also love the chance to have access to Sarah Michelle Geller who is Freddie Prinze’s wife for an angle at some point.
Prinze Jr. is a huge WWE fan however he hasn’t necessarily have the historical knowledge to understand what has and has not been successful in the past.
He was introduced to everyone at last night’s WWE Raw and Saturday Night’s Main Event tapings. According to sources he impressed people in the company with all of his excitement and wiliness to contribute to the company.
Tomko was saying his goodbyes as he's apparently done with the company. This is surprising in the sense that recently, Tomko has still been publicly high on the company despite not being pushed much as of late. We'll fill you in with the details as soon as they become available.
Santino Marella & Beth Phoenix def. D-Lo Brown & Kelly Kelly. World Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase def. Jerry “The King” Lawler & Michael Cole to retain (World Tag Team Championship Match). Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston def. Jamie Noble. World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk def. William Regal. WWE Women's Champion Mickie James def. Jillian. John Cena & Batista def. JBL & Kane.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – After weeks spent leaderless and awash in mayhem and disarray, Raw finally has a new General Manager: Mike Adamle.
At the top of Monday night’s show, Shane McMahon announced that he and Executive Vice President Stephanie McMahon had selected a new GM, but that he wouldn’t be announced until later that night. Raw’s final moments were shocking ones, as Shane introduced new GM Adamle, known to most of the WWE Universe as the typically dunder-headed ECW commentator. In spite of that perception, however, Adamle made his presence felt during his first night on Raw, making numerous matches over the course of the night.
SummerSlammed One of the matches made by Adamle was the night’s main event, a tag team match pitting John Cena & Batista against JBL & Kane. Though they began the show in an argument over who should face World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk at SummerSlam, Cena & Batista were able to work together in their match to defeat JBL & Kane. After their victory, however, the new Raw GM made sure that the two Superstars’ partnership wouldn’t be a lasting one, as Adamle announced Raw’s first epic match for SummerSlam: John Cena vs. Batista for the first time ever. (WATCH)
What’s Old is New Again Prior to their tag-match against Cena & Batista, JBL & Kane butted heads following World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk’s match for the night. The Straightedge Champion competed in a non-title match against an athlete touted by Shane McMahon as “the hottest free agent in sports-entertainment.” To the surprise of the auditorium, that moniker belonged to the returning William Regal, who in spite of his recent crowning as King of the Ring, was unable to defeat Punk. After the match, both JBL and Kane came to the ring, leading to a free-for-all which ended with the tag team partners standing tensely over the World Heavyweight Champion.
A Farewell to Highlights In addition to receiving a brand-new GM, Monday’s Raw also saw another historic moment: The final edition of Chris Jericho’s talk-show, the Highlight Reel. Y2J used the platform to gloat over ending the career of Shawn Michaels, urging the fallen Superstar to “stay home” and “move on.” However, despite Jericho’s warning, HBK will be appearing next week on Raw in the first interview since his Bash loss to Y2J.
The segment’s host then went on to air a series of clips of the more fan-friendly Jericho. With protégé Lance Cade by his side, he announced that he is no longer interested in trying to please the audience, and that those clips were the last they would see of Chris Jericho the “entertainer.” Before leaving the ring, Y2J then revealed the one person he feels is entitled to a World Heavyweight Title Match: Himself. (WATCH)
For the Love of a Woman In his continuing attempts to impress and woo the lovely Layla, Jamie Noble competed against Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston. In spite of the presence of his “part-time lady acquaintance,” Noble was unable to get the win and was pinned by the Jamaican Superstar.
Defending a Legacy Flowing out of their confrontation on last week’s Raw, World Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase were set to defend their titles against Jerry “The King” Lawler & Hacksaw Jim Duggan. Before the match could begin, however, ring announcer Lillian Garcia was alerted that the new General Manager had changed the match, substituting Duggan for a very confused Michael Cole. Lawler’s experience ended up being no match for the ambition and vitality of the World Tag Team Champions, who won by pinning a defenseless Cole. (WATCH)
Twisted Sister It was a busy night for Raw’s champions as WWE Women’s Champion Mickie James competed against Jillian. The Women’s Champion defeated the Diva songstress, but before she could celebrate her win, Katie Lea Burchill ran to the ring and attacked Mickie in a bid to impress Raw’s new GM. Katie Lea then escaped back to the ramp where her brother Paul awaited, and stated their desires for the WWE Women’s and Intercontinental Championships, respectively.
Rules of Attraction Though they shared an in-ring kiss on last week’s Raw, Santino Marella and Beth Phoenix agreed that there was nothing between them before their intergender tag team match. They were victorious against D-Lo Brown & Kelly Kelly, celebrating with a chaste handshake afterward. However, the passion of the moment must have been too much for The Glamazon, who pulled the Italian Superstar in for a victory smooch.
Ik ben Boon Kenneth, en gebruik soms ook wel de schuilnaam Sting.
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